Port Covington, c. 1913 - View of Port Covington, on the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River, Baltimore, Maryland. The rail terminal was built by the Western Maryland Railway and opened in 1904. Photo: Frederick W. Mueller, United States Library of Congress Prints and Photographs division pan.6a05818. Public Domain via Wikipedia.

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