Curtis Bay

Curtis Bay may refer to some places in Maryland in the United States:

  • Curtis Bay, a branch of the tidal Patapsco River within Baltimore
  • Curtis Bay, Baltimore, Maryland, a neighborhood
    • The United States Coast Guard Yard, in the Curtis Bay neighborhood of Baltimore
  • Route 64 (MTA Maryland), also referred to as the "Curtis Bay Line", a Maryland Transit Administration bus route in Baltimore, Maryland

Other articles related to "curtis bay":

Route 64 (MTA Maryland) - History
6 Curtis Bay Streetcar started operating in 1892 ... In 1948, the Curtis Bay-East Monument Street line was converted to a bus ... While all trips had operated from Curtis Bay, the line had two branches from downtown one to the east along Monument Street, and one to the north to Roland Park ...
Maryland Route 173
... areas in the Baltimore neighborhoods of Hawkins Point and Curtis Bay, including the United States Coast Guard Yard ... connection between Interstate 695 (I-695) and industrial facilities in Curtis Bay, the state highway is part of the National Highway System as an intermodal connector ... to a divided highway between Orchard Beach and Curtis Bay in the late 1970s ...
Polish Home Hall
... the city hall, fire station, and meeting hall for the small community of Curtis Bay within the southern limits of Baltimore City ... Home Hall and it became central to the Polish experience in Curtis Bay ... It functioned as a social, educational, and political center for Curtis Bay's Polish community into the 1970s ...

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