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|A Geologic Walking Tour of Building Stones of Downtown Baltimore, Maryland||contact: Dale Shelton (email@example.com)|
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|by Sherry McCann-Murray
with contributions and photography by the Environmental Geology and Mineral Resources Program of the Maryland Geological Survey
adapted for the Internet from Educational Series No. 10.
For more information see Building Stones of Maryland .
|The Tour Guide|
|Stops (click a stop below or on the map)||Click here to see an enlarged version of this map|
|2||Legg Mason Tower|
|3||Bank of America Building|
|4||120 East Redwood Street Building|
|5||Mercantile Trust & Deposit Company Building|
|6||Calvert Street Monuments|
|7||City Hall and Vicinity|
|8||War Memorial Building Sculptures|
|9||District Court Building|
|10||City of Baltimore Police Headquarters|
|12||Lombard Street Sculptures|
This pamphlet was prepared by
Sherry McCann-Murray, with contributions and photography by the Environmental
Geology and Mineral Resources Program of the Maryland Geological Survey.
Adapted for the Internet from Educational Series No. 10. For more information see Building Stones of Maryland .
Compiled by the Maryland Geological Survey, 2300 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
This electronic version of "A Brief Description of the Geology of Maryland " was prepared by Bob Conkwright, Division of Coastal and Estuarine Geology, Maryland Geological Survey. Please send comments on this page to Dale Shelton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
State of Maryland
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