B&O Railroad Warehouse

1295A Eutaw Street near Conway St. along the Camden Station Warehouse, Nov. 12, 1928. Neighborhood: Otterbein/Camden Yards

Designed by architect E. Francis Baldwin, the five-story B&O Railroad warehouse at Camden Station was constructed between 1899 and 1905. Stretching four full blocks along South Eutaw Street, the warehouse remained in use through the 1960s and was capable of holding approximately a thousand carloads of freight.

(Take photo from Eutaw St., with the warehouse on your right.)

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