Baltimore Streetcars in the 1960s

Here is a beautiful series of photos that we found on Flickr showing the city’s old streetcars. The one below was taken just a few weeks before President Kennedy would be shot.

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Baltimore Transit - E. Fayette east of Liberty Street November 2, 1963
Baltimore Transit – E. Fayette east of Liberty Street November 2, 1963
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Baltimore transit in Walbrook
Baltimore transit in Walbrook
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Baltimore streetcar at Gay and E. Fayette
Baltimore streetcar at Gay and E. Fayette

Source: Flickr user hoteldennis

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  • Alexander Mitchell

    Those were also from the last hours–literally hours, not metaphorically–of streetcar service in Baltimore, which ended in the wee hours of Nov. 3, 1963 as several “last run” cars returned to the car barn.

  • MARGARET

    It’s East Fayette Street not Lafayette

  • Donald Holland

    I remember these!