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Baltimore Streetcar Museum

1901 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211

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Construction Date:1968
Architect:Steve Loos, O’Malley Associates
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In order to preserve Baltimore’s public transportation, the Baltimore Streetcar Museum (BSM) was created in 1966 to house a collection of 19th and 20th century streetcars. In 1885, Baltimore launched one of the first electrified streetcar lines in the country, running from Downtown to Hampden. At its peak in 1929, Baltimore’s streetcar system included over 400 miles of track. The museum houses about 20 vehicles and a transit research library. Come learn about Baltimore’s early public transit system for free or enjoy a streetcar ride for $5.

  • Accessibility: Fully Accessible
  • Parking: Free Parking
  • Photography: Permitted