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From: "Camp, Mark J DOT " MCamp AT UTNet DOT UToledo DOT Edu
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 15:59:00 -0400
Subject: FW: Help save historic B & O depot !
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Urgent! Help and advice needed ! Please respond to Jeff.
From: Jeffrey Sawyer [mailto:JKSawyer AT comcast DOT net]
Sent: Thursday, July 03, 2003 1:56 PM
Subject: Help save historic B & O depot !
My name is Jeffrey Sawyer.
I am an officer of a local historical society in Harford County Maryland
involved in an emergency effort to preserve the old B & O station
in Aberdeen Maryland (picture attached in jpeg format). The small
has charm, was central to the economic and cultural life of the
for three generations, and was designed by a noted Philadelphia
who may have also been a civil war hero.
We have the state and local preservation community pretty well
but we don't have the railroad preservation community involved, and we
to do this ASAP.
We believe we have demolition stayed for at least a couple of weeks, but
demolition contractor, under contract from CSX corp., has his crane on
site--and we're worried that something could happen right after the
Thanks for any assistance and advice.
The local CSX contact is:
Kevin Hurley 410 613-6156 Kevin_Hurley@CSX.com 410 613-6151
His boss is in Florida:
Randy Evans 904 359-3100 and 904 359-1111
The other key contacts (in the near term) are:
Mr. Peter Dacey, City Manager, City of Aberdeen, 60 N. Park Street,
Aberdeen, MD 21001
The Honorable Doug Wilson, Mayor, City of Aberdeen, 60 N. Park Street,
Aberdeen, MD 21001.