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by ksaun

Is Owings Mills mall close to the harbour>

Re: where?

by olddude

No. It's not even in Baltimore. It is quite a few miles from the harbor...about 20 miles.

Re: where?

by gardner21212

It is not close but, there is a subway at the Owings Mills Town Center(mall) that goes directly to the Inner Harbor. It's about a 15 minute ride.

Re: where?

by nadinemarie

Owings Mills mall is way over by I-795 (ownings mills blvd exit) in the Randallstown area, northwest of Baltimore.

There are other malls much closer to Baltimore but that mall is convenient because it is right off of the interstate and it is popular in the area because it has Macys and JCPennys.

Travel Tips for Baltimore

A great place to enjoy the...

by ferdnbean

A great place to enjoy the harbor and our American history is Fort McHenry.It is place where the inspiration for our National Anthem, the Star Spangled Banner came from.A great location almost completely surrounded by water, bring a lunch and picnic there on the well kept lawns. Just go to the inner-harbor. From the historical ship, the USS Constellation (from the Revolutionary War), to the National Aquarium, to all of the shops, restaurants and more...it's a fun day trip!


by LoriPori

Located on the north east corner of the Washington Monument, at 10 East Mount Vernon Place, the MOUNT VERNON PLACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH is a rarity in Baltimore architecture as it is a Gothic building. The high peaked roof soars above the nave, resting on ten granite columns. The unique exterior of the building is due to its walls of green serpentine, grey stone and sandstone. I was completely in awe of this structure, which was completed on November 12, 1872. It is so overwhelmingly beautiful. Too bad it was closed when we were there. I would have loved to see the interior. On the door was a posting which read. "Tours are conducted from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday." -- and we were there on a Saturday. Sighhhh!

Public comfort station

by Dabs

I just had to take a picture of this, a public toilet called a Public Comfort Station, I'd never seen that term used before or a public toilet in a nice brick building located on a street. I didn't check to see if it was still functional....

Sports Legends at Camden Yards


In 1857 , Camden Station was completed. It served as headquarters of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, ferried telegraph messages of Civil War movements, and hosted three visits by President Abraham Lincoln, including a stopover on his way to give the celebrated Gettysburg Address.
In the 'old' days , teams traveled by railroad. So this whole area is now in its second life as a tourist attraction.
A total hodgepodge of sports history of Baltimore/ Maryland.

the sad, sad building

by ellielou

This is probably my favorite building in all of Baltimore. It's a true marvel, a whimsy of Victorian era architecture. And, too bad that it's been left vacant and crumbling for the last 30 years or so.

From what I've read, in 1863 a Barvarian immigrant built a three-story brewery on this site. Four years later, it had outgrown the site (say what you will about drinking in Baltimore, or waves of immigrants, or whatever....) and a new five-story building was built. It's totally asymmetrical, with odd shaped dormers and windows...

There are other buildings that were a part of the brewery in the immediate vicinity...but they aren't as full of character.

I wish I could pick this building up and move it to a "hot" 'hood...or somehow figure out how to revitalize where it is.

However decrepit it is, it was featured in one of the most important scenes in David Mamet's 1991 film, Homicide. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102048/

I remember howling with joy when I saw it.

If you want to find it, it's on the 1700 block of Gay Street.


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