Thomas Viaduct Railroad Bridge

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Circa 1836 bridge, was part of the main railroad between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., transported troops and supplies during the Civil War.
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5120 South St
Arbutus, MD
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Rated 5 by 703BillB703

September 24, 2021


History still in use

We caught a glimpse of the Thomas Viaduct from the highway, and decided to explore. The 1835 historical train crossing over the Patapsco Valley can be well viewed just beyond the ranger's station...

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Rated 5 by Thomas-GenevieveH

December 29, 2019


Epic scenery & destination for walk / run

We struck out for a run at first light (06:50) in late December from the trail head at the intersection of Ilchester Road and River Road. The fully paved 2.5 mile trail (5.0 mile round trip) leads...

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Rated 5 by Janis A G

June 01, 2019

Janis A G

Fascinating historic engineering feat

Hard to believe this is over 150 years old and was done primariiy with hand labor. So well engineered that it is still in regular use! Saw it a couple of years ago when they had a major event to...

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