Beginning in 1873, the picturesque Viaduct Station Hotel complimented the Thomas Viaduct. The Viaduct Hotel was built in the town of Relay as a rural vacation spot and a comfortable place for passangers to change trains. The hotel was a forerunner . . . — — Map (db m8833) HM
To remember those of this locality who gave their lives in the Great War 1917-1918
Clifton R. Faith, James Flood, Luther Williams (colored)
And to honor those who served
David Allen, Norman F. Andreae, Millard Barnes, William . . . — — Map (db m8767) HM
Before you stands the thomas Viaduct, named after Philip E. Thomas, the first president of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. This unique bridge has become an enduring symbol of the B&O Railroad and the Patapsco Valley, surviving several floods and . . . — — Map (db m8834) HM
Created in 1830 as a change point, or "relay," for horses hauling the first scheduled railroad cars in the U.S. The first rail link to nation's capital began here. Thomas Viaduct carries the track across Patapsco gorge; completed in 1835, it is the . . . — — Map (db m8764) HM
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Here in 1830, passengers on B&O horse-drawn cars stopped to eat at the Relay House.
Meanwhile, the relays of horses were changed for the remainder of the 13 mile journey between Baltimore and Ellicott’s Mills, hence . . . — — Map (db m2502) HM
Commenced, July 4th, 1833.
Finished, July 4th, 1835.
Caspar W. Wever,
Superintendent of Construction.
Benjamin H. Latrobe. . . . — — Map (db m127) HM
To honor and commemorate those of us who served in the Armed Forces
Andersen, Alber T.; Andrews, Kenneth S.; Arnold, Lester e.; Bailey, Charles W.; Baker, Wilfred E.; Baquol, Calvin L.; Barbaro, Joseph R.; Barnes, Beverly L.; Barnes, . . . — — Map (db m8768) HM