Commuters gather on snowy morning in 1956 at the Ruxton station. It was razed in October 1963 and replaced with Ruxton Township apartments. Photo: Maryland Historical Society
Benjamin Bowen House circa 1740 on GBMC campus. Razed in 2006.
Looking north from the Ruxton railroad station showing dual tracks and pristine hedge along Bellona Ave. Restoration of the hedge is a Foundation priority. Photo circa 1900.
North bound Northern Central RR freight at Lake Roland Relay Station cut-off to Westminster, 1900
Philemon Coale spring house pediment stone dated 1828. Listed Baltimore County Landmarks.
View from south-east corner above current intersection of Bellona & Malvern looking southwest up what is now the L’Hirondelle Club Road hill. Building in foreground is the blacksmith shop (now gas station). Beyond, the L’Hirondelle boat house. Circa 1895.
Ruxton Railroad station in what appears to be a World War I sendoff or welcome back for nurses. Not a wedding, too many bridesmaids.
Looking north from Berwick and Paulding with Locust Ave at tree line center, circa 1900.
Colonel Nicholas Ruxton Moore, USA 1756-1816. Served in Revolution, Whiskey Rebellion, War of 1812 and US Congress.
Plat submitted in Chancery Court proceedings between the Bellona Gunpowder Co and Baltimore & Susquehanna RR 1831. Looking north, the site was along south side of Jones Falls where it met Roland Run prior to Lake Roland (1860). Maryland Hall of Records