3 separate images were merged together to form this pano view of the train bridge over a section of river in the Gunpowder Falls State Park in North-East Baltimore, near route 40. There's a rope hanging from the bridge used to swing out into the river but there are many rocks under the water where you would enter the stream.
Established in 1959 to protect the Gunpowder River and the Big and Little Gunpowder Falls, Gunpowder Falls State Park is now one of Maryland’s largest state parks. Comprised of over 18,000 acres in Harford and Baltimore Counties, Gunpowder’s narrow corridors host a varied topography ranging from tidal wetlands to steep and rugged slopes. Gunpowder features more than 120 miles of multi-use trails, protected state Wildlands, historic sites, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, a swimming beach and a marina.
January 11th, 2018
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