Hagerstown, MD Passenger Station
The former passenger station in Hagerstown, MD was built by Western Maryland Railway. Today, it is used as a police station, so you can't park next to it. From Wikipedia: Western Maryland Railway Station is a historic railway station in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. It was built in 1913 as a stop for the Western Maryland Railway. It is a ​2 1⁄2-story hip roof brick building, reflecting the influence of the Commercial Style of the early 20th century. The building features overscaled Classical detailing, a stone foundation, and a massive, modillioned cornice with stone disks defining each bay. The building is also encircled by a one-story porch that has a cantilevered roof on three sides. The Western Maryland Railway ended passenger train service to the Hagerstown station in June 1957. The station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. The building is now used as the headquarters of the Hagerstown Police Department.



ModelCanon EOS 50D
Exposure0.002 sec (1/500)
ISO Speed640
FlashOff, Did not fire


January 17, 2018