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Elkton and Mechanics Valley Road
Depicts the Mechanicks Valley Road bridge spanning the railroad tracks. Men stand on a platform in the distance.

Fairmount Park Tunnel, West Approach
View of the west approach to the Fairmount Park Tunnel, showing businesses at the street level, including John Daly, dealer in fine brandies (left), and Fleisher ? Works (right). The dome of an unidentified church is also visible.

Fairview Station
Depicts a small, one room railroad station. Includes a view of the platform and shelter on the opposite side of the tracks. A large building, possibly a hotel, with a "Fairview" sign on the roof is visible in the background.

Felton Station
Depicts a small, one room station covered in shingles. Includes the small shelter for passengers on the opposite side of the tracks. For a view of a similar design, see Boothwyn Station (P.9945.84).

First Ave. bridge
Depicts a dirt road under the pony plate girder bridge. Horse-drawn carts are visible on the road in the distance.

Folsom Station
Depicts a Queen Anne-style brick and shingle station. For views of similar station designs, see Carrcroft Station (P.9945.78) and Darby Station (P.9945.110)

Frenchtown Road and Mill Creek
Depicts a deck plate girder bridge spanning Frenchtown Road and Mill Creek. Several men stand near a hand cart on the tracks.

Gilpin Avenue Bridge
Depicts a through truss bridge spanning Gilpin Avenue, not far from the train station at Delaware and Dupont Avenues in Wilmington.

Gray's Ave.
Depicts a pony plate girder bridge carrying the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad tracks over Grays Avenue.

Great North East Creek
Depicts a deck plate girder bridge spanning a valley.

Group on the Hand Cart Taken at Stony Run, Section #10 Whitaker Station, Foreman P.G. McNamee [including] 1. Geo. W. Andrews, F of B & B 2. Dr. Robb, Medical Examiner 3. Wm. A. Pratt, Div Engr M of W 4. P.G. McNamee, Foreman.
View of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company employees who conducted the 111-mile survey of the bridges, culverts and stations along the newly constructed Philadelphia Division connecting Baltimore and Philadelphia. Includes from left to right: George W. Andrews, Dr. Robb, William A. Pratt, and P.G. McNamee.

Hah Hah Run
Depicts a small stream running through a stone culvert under the railroad tracks.

Harford Station
Depicts a small, one-room station elevated above the railroad tracks. Four men stand outside of the station, looking toward the photographer. For views of similar station designs see Aiken Station (P.9945.35); Baldwin Station (P.9945.51); and Upland Station (P.9945.89).

Havre de Grace Station
Depicts a small railroad station adjacent to the B & O tracks in Havre de Grace. For views of similar station designs see Van Bibber Station (P.9945.18); Whitaker Station (P.9945.37) and Singerly Station (P.9945.50).

Herring Run Bridge
Depicts a truss bridge spanning Herring Run in Baltimore, Maryland.

Hines Run
Depicts a single stone culvert under the B & O Railroad tracks.

Holmes Station
Depicts a Queen Anne-style, shingle-covered station in Prospect Park. For views of similar station designs, see Stepney Station (P.9945.26); Carpenter Station (P.9945.81); Twin Oaks Station (P.9945.86); and Llanwellyn Station (P.9945.104).

Kedron Run
Depicts a single, stone culvert under the railroad tracks.

Kerlin Street
Depicts a pony plate girder bridge carrying the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad tracks over Kerlin Street.

Kiamensi Mill Road
Depicts a large, single stone culvert under the railroad tracks. An unharnessed cart sits underneath.

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