Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The B & O Railroad Museum

About 2 months ago (boy am I behind) we met my grandparents at the B & O Railroad Museum. Here are some pictures:

img_3371img_3388The first stone was placed on July 4, 1828, by the Grand Lodge of Maryland and assisted by Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last surviving Signer of the Declaration of Independence.img_3408

Sorry it is a bit blurry, but it is due to the railroads that we have standard time. As the trains crossed the country, a standardized time system became necessary to avoid confusion and accidents.

img_3410img_3414img_3417One of my favorites - the horse pulled carriage. Spiffy huh?

img_3418Detail from the carriage. Beautiful isn't it?

img_3422A sleeping car. Not exactly the Hilton.


Cecilia watching their large model train display.

img_3439Cecilia plays in their large wooden play train. She drove.

img_3443img_3445She definately enjoyed the trip.

I had to take a picture of this......I'm sure I scared some people doing cheers in the bathroom:

img_3392img_3393Here is Felicity with her Great Grandpa:

img_3427And Great Grandma:

img_3494Afterwards we went down to the harbor. I love this shot:


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