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I was taking a walk on an abandoned railroad track that had been converted to a woodsy walking path when I came upon a sign that described the history of the Catonsville Short Line railroad and its train stations, dating to the late 1800s. I love the preservation of history, but it was disturbing to know that the preservation organization had “provided this historical plague as part of our restoration efforts.”

Ugh! The plaque was beautiful, replete with historical photos and maps, but where was the proofreader!


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