Hagerstown, MD 21740
Days Open: May - Sept / Tues - Sun
Hours: 10 AM - 4 PM / Sun 1-5 PM
Located in City Park, Hagerstown, Maryland, Engine 202 was built in 1912 and carried baggage, mail and passengers from Baltimore to Hagerstown. The steam locomotive was retired in 1953 and moved to City Park. In addition, eight cabooses and other railroad memorabilia are displayed. Engine 202 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in July 1912 and converted to oil burner in June 1947 to conform with the Baltimore Anti-Smoke Ordinance. Totaling 77 feet in length, the engine weighs 415,000 pounds. It is the only Western Maryland Road-type steam locomotive in existence.