OUR STORY…

Glyndon, Maryland, located northwest of the City of Baltimore, still maintains much of the charm it had as a Victorian summer village over 100 years ago. It might be said that the arrival of the Western Maryland Railroad in 1860 promoted the early location and growth of the town of Glyndon. The area itself was beautiful with green expanses and tall trees; an elevation above sea level of almost 700 feet provided delightful summers and mild winters…

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“It has been said that, at its best, preservation engages the past in a conversation with the present over a mutual concern for the future.”
– William Murtagh, first keeper of the National Register of Historic Places