Landmarks on the Red Line is a multi-year project to tell the stories of historic landmarks and neighborhood along the West Baltimore Red Line corridor. Our goal is to enable West Baltimore communities in their efforts to use their history and historic buildings to support transit-oriented community development in the years ahead.
Primary support for this project was provided by:
- Baltimore City Department of Transportation, Red Line Office
- Maryland State Highway Administration
Additional funding for research and programs related to this project was provided by:
- Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative
- Partners in the Field Grant, National Trust for Historic Preservation
- Practicing Democracy Grant, Maryland Humanities Council
- Maryland Heritage Area Authority
- Maryland Transit Administration
Partners & Contributors
Key partners in the programs and interpretation developed for this project include:
- Association of Rosemont Community Organizations
- Franklin Square Community Association
- Harlem Park Neighborhood Council
- Parks & People Foundation
- West Baltimore MARC TOD Transportation, Inc.
Special thanks to Glenn Dellon who designed all of the printed station area brochures.