Restoration Projects - Oakland Train Station

This Oakland, MD train station is considered one of the most distinguished historic depots in the country. Built in 1884 by architect Francis Baldwin, who designed many B&O stations of the time, the landmark required complete interior and exterior restoration by the year 2000. The project architect was SMDA Architects of Wheeling WV. The project was completed in about nine months.

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