HX Tower (distance) was ideally positioned to witness the Fair's
parade of the history of transportation in America, with emphasis
on steam locomotives, particularly those of the B&O, of course. The
railroad had preserved only a few of its earliest locomotives
so the gaps were filled with reproduction pieces made in Baltimore.
Many of these reproductions remain on display today at the B&O Museum.
Note the stone arch bridge in the distance... approximately 1950 it was
either replaced, or filled in and a new bridge built adjacent to allow
a widened Halethorpe Farms Road under the tracks.
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