Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Locust Point Tobacco Warehouse, Northeast side of Fort Avenue, Baltimore, Independent City, MD
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Northeast side of Fort Avenue, Baltimore, MD
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Documentation compiled after 1968.
Survey number HAER MD-20
Significance: Possibly, the oldest standing building at Locust Point. Built in 1880, the brick structure has three and one-half stories and measures 317' 4" in length by 80' 6" in width. The warehouse contains three compartments divided by solid brick walls, and three large elevators. The storage capacity of the entire building is 10,000 hogsheads.
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)
1. VIEW OF FRONT (SOUTH) FACADE.
2. VIEW OF EAST ELEVATION SHOWING TRACKS IN FOREGOUND.
3. VIEW OF WEST ELEVATION FROM FORT AVENUE
4. VIEW OF CAST-IRON WALL PLATE PROTECTING BRICK DOORWAY, MARKED '1880 B & O.'
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