"Reimagining Urbanism in the Age of Rail"
The railroad exerted a profound influence on the development and shape of American cities, and nowhere more so than in Baltimore, the birthplace of American railroading. Companies like the Baltimore \& Ohio laid tracks through city streets, superimposing the infrastructure of long-distance rail travel on the spaces of urban life. This physical transformation prompted an equally significant transition in the popular imagination of the city. Join David Schley, a doctoral candidate in history at Johns… Show more
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