File:B&O yard in the early 1950s, West Bound Station, Coal Tipple.jpg

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Wonderful photo of the B&O yard in Brunswick in the early 1950s. See the westbound station on the far left, the roundhouse and coal tipple in the middle, and the eastbound station on the right.

According to Reuben Moss, "I believe the metal structure between the stations was a concrete mix plant for the construction of the 'new' bridge. It was painted yellow."

(From the Myer Kaplon photo collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries)

Troy Alan Lloyd: Loved growing up in Brunswick! Best town ever, and there was always plenty to do as a kid. From riding you bike, fishing, the City Park (Hershel Himes), Mr. Wayne Carter did City Park activities, City pool and dances. The railroad put Brunswick on the map!

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