Winters Lane

The Winters Lane Historic District in Catonsville is a historically African-American residential community located between Frederick Road and the Baltimore National Pike. Website

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Oella

The Oella Historic District is a major 19th-century industrial center in Maryland whose original character and setting are absolutely intact. For more information, please see the website below or see our own page here. Website

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The Old Catonsville Historic District

The Old Catonsville Historic District is significant both for its community planning, which did not follow the more traditional and better-studied models and for its architecture, which represented the period of its development. Website

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Elkridge Furnace Complex

The Elkridge Furnace Complex is significant for the architectural character of some of its buildings and for its association with the iron industry in 19th century Maryland Website

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Ellicott’s Mills

The significance of the Ellicotts’ Mills Historic District is derived from its history as the center of industrial operations begun by the Ellicott family in the 18th century. Website

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Central Catonsville and Summit Park

The Central Catonsville and Summit Park Historic District is significant for its architecture, illustrating the evolution and development of a community from summer homes to year-round suburban living in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Website

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Granite

The Granite Historic District is significant for its association with the granite quarrying industry in western Baltimore County in the 19th and early 20th centuries. For more information, please see the website below or see our own page here. Website

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Ellicott City

Founded during the English colonization of the area in the 18th century in the Patapsco River Valley, Ellicott City is now a picturesque mill town conveniently located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. For more information, please see the website below or see our own page here Visit Howard County’s site MHT National Register information

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Lawyers Hill

The Lawyers Hill Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992 and is notable for its Victorian-era architecture, its role as a 19th-century summer community, and as an early commuter suburb for prominent Baltimoreans. Website

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Relay

Relay was the first town created by a U.S. railroad in 1830 and was the first stop on the nation’s first passenger railway, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O). To find out more about this incredible town and its contributions to shaping our local area, check out the full description here or see the website…

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Main Street, Ellicott City

Ellicott City’s Main Street district is situated on the Historic National Road and is showcased by over 200 18th and 19thcentury buildings and numerous historical attractions.

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