Streetcar Rails

Streetcar Rails by buflyer200
Streetcar Rails, a photo by buflyer200 on Flickr.

At the corner of Osborne and Broadway, encased in concrete for the last 56 years..

Recent roadway construction on Osborne St. has uncovered them.

These must be the original rails with the cobblestone beside the steel.

A heritage item brought to the surface, and it must be preserved, and could potentially even be reused.

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One thought on “Streetcar Rails

  1. I love streetcar rails that were never completely covered. In Southwest Baltimore we have the B&O Railroad Museum and the rails from the roundhouse radiate out into the neighborhood. It’s awesome!

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