By more westward street running, ultimately the PW&B reached its Baltimore
passenger station at President and Fleet Streets. Horse-drawn carriages
shuttled travellers between here and the B&O at Mount Clare and Camden Station.
The 1849-constructed building is the oldest suriving rail terminal in the USA.
During 1861 riots, it saw some of the earliest bloodshed of the American
Civil War, and now houses a Civil War Museum. During the 21st Century a
burgeoning Harbor East development brought several high rises to the area.
Trains Magazine 1948 Baltimore RR map,