These 10 Photos of Maryland In The 1960s Are Mesmerizing
Maryland has gone through many changes in the last few decades. The following photos will take you on a trip back in time and make you feel nostalgic. Here are 10 photos of Maryland in the 1960s that are absolutely intriguing.
1. Baltimore's Mount Royal Station in 1960. It discontinued passenger train service the following year.
2. The Safari Hotel coffee shop in Ocean City, 1960s.
3. A nuclear warhead at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in 1961.
4. A photo of the St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in Warwick taken in 1963.
5. A homecoming parade at the University of Maryland, 1960s.
6. An injured soldier arrives from Vietnam to the Andrews Air Force Base in 1968.
7. A Safeway store and classic cars in Indian Head, 1960s.
8. An image of the Stowaway Motel in Ocean City, 1960s.
9. Students on a field trip to the Hampton Mansion in Towson in 1961.
10. A bowling competition in Hyattsville in the 1960s.
What do you remember about Maryland in the 1960s? For more vintage photos of the Old Line State, check out these photos of Maryland in the
1950s and 1970s.
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