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Exploring Southwest D.C. in 1899 and Now: The Aftermath of the 1899 Blizzard
Explore Southwest D.C. in 1899 and now! See a photo of the aftermath of the 1899 blizzard, and the same view today. See what the area looked like after the blizzard and how it looks now.
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The Coolest Map of Washington, DC Ever: A 1921 Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Map
This is so cool! Check out this incredible map of Washington, DC from 1921, done by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Explore the city like never before!
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Exploring the 1890 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Route from Washington to Rockville
Take a journey back in time with this 1890 map of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad route from Washington to Rockville. Explore the history of this iconic railroad and its impact on the region.
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Exploring the History of Takoma Park (and Takoma), a Victorian Suburb of Washington, DC
Discover the fascinating history of Takoma Park, a Victorian-era suburb of Washington, DC. Founded by Benjamin Franklin Gilbert in the late 19th century, explore the charming architecture and unique culture of this small neighborhood by the District line.
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Uncovering Stories: Countess de la Rocca – A Doyen of the Diplomatic Social Circle
Uncovering Stories: Countess de la Rocca was one of the most popular hostesses of the diplomatic circle in the early 1900s. Learn more about her role in the diplomatic social circle and what this tells us about our society today.
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Exploring the Historic Point of Rocks Railroad Station: Journey Back to 1873
Journey back to 1873 and explore the historic Point of Rocks Railroad Station, still used as a daily commuter station for the MARC train. Learn more about its design and its role in connecting Washington to the West.
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Investigating a Massive Train Wreck in 1922 Laurel, Maryland
Take a look at the aftermath of a massive train collision in 1922 Laurel, Maryland - two freight trains barreling down the same track towards each other in a massive explosion of steel and coal. Read the Washington Post report and see more photos of the crash site.
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