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Baltimore Light Rail

Posted: July 30, 2006 (Updated: Oct. 29, 2006)


Baltimore's light rail line has been in operation for slightly more than a dozen years. A multi-year project to add double track to increase capacity was completed in early 2006.
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 The fall colors are in full beauty in October, 2006, at Lake Roland
 
 A southbound two-car train battles the winter elements near the complex of state office buildings north of downtown Baltimore.
 
 A snow-covered Howard Street doesn't pays host to only a light rail train on a cold, winter day in Baltimore.
 
 Testing on the recently double-tracked portion of the line at Lutherville in November, 2005.
 
 A three-car train heads northbound along Warren Road in Cockeysville in 1997.
 
 A light rail train poses with Camden Station in the background.
 
 
 A southbound light rail train passes under North Avenue en route Cromwell/Glen Burnie.
 
 Light Rail and MARC Commuter Trains meet at Camden Station.
 
 Testing on the recently double-tracked portion of the line at Lutherville in November, 2005.
 
 Diesel locomotive 804 at BWI Airport.
 
 Inbound Light Rail train passes the clock tower of the former Baltimore and Ohio Mt. Royal Station
 
 A single-car from Penn Station en route BWI Airport at Mt. Royal Station.
 
 
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