The B&O Railroad Museum is a museum exhibiting historic railroad equipment in Baltimore, Maryland, originally named the Baltimore & Ohio Transportation Museum when it opened on July 4, 1953
Absolutely beautiful place
Wonderful collection of railroad history including tons of actual cabooses. Engines. Passenger cars. #steampunkHEAVEN #trains #railroad #sculpture #metal
Extensive collection. The wheelhouse is very cool
Great museum for Train buffs! Just give yourself at least 3 hours to really enjoy & check everything out.
For all the trainspotters.
Visited Museum on our daughters 3rd b-day Saturday 1-18/2014 & the three of us enjoyed ourselves very much. What a neat plc, beautiful trains, & very educational as well. We give B&O 5 Stars Wonderful
You will be amazed! Just go, you won't regret it. Check on line for the train rides too.
Blue star museum. Free for active duty.
They have a penny squish machine (four different designs) in the entrance room of the museum. You do not have to pay admissions to use it :)
'Like' their Facebook Page for contest opportunities!
Checkout weekend train rides and photo opportunities with Santa through December 23.
Celebrate the holiday season at Baltimore’s largest holiday display of toy and model train layouts Nov 25 - Dec 31! It’s a train load of fun that's become an annual holiday tradition!
Plan on at least 4 hours to see everything.
Voted 3rd Best Non-Art Museum by City Paper Readers for Best of Baltimore 2011
Free admission on Tuesday, October 11 & 25, 10am – 4pm.
Home to the most powerful steam engine locomotive ever built! Take time to explore the Civil War history of the B&O in “The War Came By Train” exhibit here until 2015.
Amazing: great for train lovers as well as history buffs. The Civil War exhibit also has tons of African-American history. And it's off the free Circulator's Orange Route!
Today and this week--model trains @ B&O!! Awesome!
Learn about the history of railroading and Baltimore.
One of my favorite places to check out. The birthplace of modern railroading.
Go into the roundhouse and stare up. Marvel at the architecture. It's amazing. The scale of the whole place is impressive.