A station, telegraph office, and tool house at Walbrook/Walbrook Jct. the line split at the junction to run to downtown Balitimore at Penna and Hillen stations. The other track ran down the Tide Sub to Port Covington.
This photo states this concrete arch is west of North Avenue which would place this arch just west of Walbrook. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren hart for photo)
Looking west up the WM ear the Walbrook Station. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren hart for photo)
Two old photos of the street and track side of WM's Former Walbrook Station. The station was torn down in 1954 after not being needed anymore. The station was replaced with a metal waiting shed. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren hart for the photos)
Two photos at the Walbrook Jct. train-order office looking west and at the office. (May 10, 2014)
Two photos inside the Walbrook train-order office that happens to be still standing on May 10, 2014. All the switch relay boxes are also outside. Curious to wonder if the inside switch board was still intact before the office was broken into?
Out front of the train-order office looking towards the junction. (May 10, 2014)
Looking east at Walbrook Jct. Left goes to Hillen Station and east down the Tide Sub to Port Covington. (May 10, 2014)
Looking west and east from a signal base and then at one of the WM's four-bolt rail joint. The Tide Sub and East Sub are all continuous welded rail, where as the remaining line to Fulton/Hillen Stations seen here remains bolted rail. (May 10, 2014)
Climbed up the embankment from Baker Street and took these two photos looking west and then east onto the Tide Sub at Walbrook Jct. (May 10, 2014)