File:WB Tower. Westbound tower pedestal under construction, May 10, 2021.jpg

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Summary

Steel-rebar being knotted together for the sturdy.concrete base of the WB tower, when it is relocated to the site of the B&O Railroad YMCA on East Potomac Street. CSX's WB (West Brunswick) tower in Brunswick, Maryland closed on December 9th, 2011 after a career spanning a full century of service on the B&O Main Line between Baltimore (or Washington) and Pittsburgh (or Wheeling). It also had the distinction of being the last manned interlocking tower on the B&O Main where scarcely more than 10 years before there had been 8.

Courtesy of Richard Foot

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current18:00, 11 May 2021Thumbnail for version as of 18:00, 11 May 2021450 × 600 (77 KB)Jknight (talk | contribs)Steel-rebar being knotted together for the sturdy.concrete base of the WB tower, when it is relocated to the site of the B&O Railroad YMCA on East Potomac Street. CSX's WB (West Brunswick) tower in Brunswick, Maryland closed on December 9th, 2011 after a career spanning a full century of service on the B&O Main Line between Baltimore (or Washington) and Pittsburgh (or Wheeling). It also had the distinction of being the last manned interlocking tower on the B&O Main where scarcely more than 1...

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