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Garrett Park, Maryland Historical Markers

 
Waiting for the Train to Washington image, Touch for more information
By J. J. Prats, April 2, 2006
Waiting for the Train to Washington
Maryland (Montgomery County), Garrett Park — Garrett Park Waiting Room
On Rokeby Avenue near Waverly Avenue.
In 1989, this passenger waiting room was taken down from its location in Landover, MD., and brought to this site and re-assembled by the Montgomery County Conservation Corps. On behalf of the citizens of Garrett Park, the Mayor and Town Council . . . — Map (db m219) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Garrett Park — Garrett Park, MDIncorporated 1898
On Kenilworth Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
In 1887, the Metropolitan Investment and Building Company laid out the town, named after Robert W. Garrett, President of the B. & O. Railroad. It was to be primarily residential, a short commuter train ride to Washington, D.C. Now, over one hundred . . . — Map (db m103292) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Garrett Park — Garrett Park, Md.Incorporated 1898
On Waverly Avenue at Rokeby Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Waverly Avenue.
In 1887, the Metropolitan Investment and Building Company laid out the town, named after Robert W. Garrett, President of the B. & O. Railroad. It was to be primarily residential, a short commuter train ride to Washington, D.C. Now, over one hundred . . . — Map (db m218) HM

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