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Baltimore Streetcar Museum Presents…the No. 9 Line
June 18 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Hop on board when Christopher M. McNally, Executive Vice President of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum comes to town for a presentation highlighting the history of Ellicott City’s #9 line during the town’s throwback Saturday! On December 2, 1898 the first trolley service arrived on the east bank of the Patapsco River to bring people to Ellicott City. In its first 6 days of service 5,968 people rode the trolley. It served the community for the next 55 years and was known for its scenic woodland views as it dropped into the Patapsco River Valley.
Founded in 1966, The Baltimore Streetcar Museum is an all-volunteer organization committed to sharing the story of Baltimore’s public transit past–especially that of the city’s street railways.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT, however we ask that you please register for venue capacity purposes.