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Links about trams in Baltimore

There are 6 links about trams in Baltimore (United States).

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Private homepages

Digital Maryland. Baltimore Transit Co. and Potomac Edison Slides - Pennsylvania Trolley Museum
By Edward S. Miller.
Language: English.

Maryland Center for History and Culture. Lost City: Baltimore’s Trolleys, Trackless Trolleys and Buses
Language: English.

The new Dave's Electric Railroads
Language: English.

U.S. Streetcar Systems Website
Language: English.

Tram companies

Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)
Language: English.

Tram museums

Baltimore Streetcar Museum (BSM)
Language: English.

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Photo: Baltimore railcar 7407 at the museum Baltimore Streetcar Museum
Museum: Baltimore Streetcar Museum (BSM)
Company: Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)

Last updated: September 26, 2022.

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