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Links about trams in Baltimore

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

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

The new Dave's Electric Railroads
In English.

U.S. Streetcar Systems Website
In English.


Baltimore Streetcar Museum (BSM)
In English.


Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)
In English.

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

Last updated: August 13, 2021.

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