Maryland's Scenic Byways: Historic National Road



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America’s first federally funded highway once carried Conestoga wagons into the Western frontier. Now the 170 Maryland miles along the National Road are a destination all their own. Leaving burgeoning Baltimore, passing through small towns long abandoned by the interstates, and meandering along mountain passes and winding riverbanks, the National Road is an artery to the heart of America. More info...