Carrollton Viaduct, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
A print depicting the Carrollton Viaduct, which spans the Gwynns Falls stream in southwest Baltimore, Maryland. Along the stream is a trail, with hikers and dog walkers. The railroad on the viaduct has one passenger rail car, pulled by a horse, and the surrounding land is lush. The viaduct was built between 1828-1829 for the B&O Railroad, and was the first stone masonry railroad bridge built in the United States. It is named for notable Marylander Charles Carroll of Carrollton. This print is captioned "for the Methodist Protestant."