Everyone In Maryland Should See What’s Inside The Walls Of This Abandoned Fort
Maryland is ripe with abandoned places but did you know that one can be found in the middle of a river?
You may have spotted Fort Carroll from the Francis Scott Key Bridge and many passersby wonder what this hexagonal structure is. It was originally a fort, built in 1847. Once the fort was no longer deemed necessary as a defense spot for Baltimore, it was left abandoned. Today, its only inhabitants are migratory birds and overgrown plant-life.
Youtube user Pat Gavin took a kayak trip to this spot and captured some amazing images. Check them out below and then watch the following video for even more spectacular and eerie footage.
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For more views and footage of Fort Carroll, check out the below video.
Jamie Alvarenga is a writer, editor, and social media manager for Only In Your State.
She spends her time chasing around a curious toddler and going on coffee-fueled adventures throughout Maryland. Contact: [email protected]
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