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Baltimore Union Station, Driveways, North of Jones Falls Expressway, between Charles S, Baltimore, Independent City, MD



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Item Title


Location
between Charles S, Baltimore, MD

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS MD-1015
Significance: The Baltimore Union Station Driveways are an intrinsic component of a notable early twentieth century Beaux-Arts monument. Designed by New York architect Kenneth W. Murchison, Baltimore Union Station served as a gateway to the city and exemplified the economic position of Baltimore during the early twentieth century.

Subjects
Railroad Stations


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. OVERALL VIEW FROM SOUTHWEST
2. OVERALL VIEW FROM SOUTHEAST
3. UPPER AND INCLINED DRIVEWAYS FROM WEST
4. UPPER AND INCLINED DRIVEWAYS FROM EAST
5. DETAIL OF INCLINED AND LOWER DRIVEWAYS FROM SOUTHWEST
6. DETAIL OF INCLINED DRIVEWAY FROM SOUTHEAST
7. LOWER DRIVEWAY FROM SOUTHEAST
8. DETAIL OF LOWER DRIVEWAY (EAST END) FROM NORTHEAST
9. LOWER DRIVEWAY (EAST END) FROM NORTHEAST
10. LOWER DRIVEWAY (WEST END) FROM NORTHEAST
11. DETAIL OF POLE LAMP AND PARAPET, UPPER DRIVEWAY
12. DETAIL OF STAIRWAY ADJOINING LOWER DRIVEWAY
13. INTERIOR OF LOWER DRIVEWAY FROM EAST
14. INTERIOR OF LOWER DRIVEWAY FROM WEST
15. INTERIOR OF LOWER DRIVEWAY FROM NORTH
16. INTERIOR OF LOWER DRIVEWAY FROM SOUTHWEST
17. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 PART PLAN OF LOWER AND INCLINED DRIVEWAYS (#102)
18. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 PART PLAN OF LOWER AND INCLINED DRIVEWAYS (#103)
19. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 PART PLAN OF UPPER AND INCLINED DRIVEWAYS (#104)
20. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 PART PLAN OF UPPER AND INCLINED DRIVEWAYS (#105)
21. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 SECTIONS AND ELEVATIONS (#106)
22. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 STRUCTURAL PLAN OF PART OF UPPER DRIVEWAY (#107)
23. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 STRUCTURAL PLAN OF PART OF UPPER AND INCLINED DRIVEWAY (#108)
24. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 1/2' DETAILS (#302)
25. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 1/2' DETAILS (#303)
26. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 PLAN [OF FOUNDATIONS]
27. Photocopy of microprint of drawing (microfilm in collection of Amtrak, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Kenneth M. Murchison, architect, 1910 'AS BUILT' PLAN AND SECTIONS OF FOUNDATIONS


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