The CSL had met the Baltimore & Potomac Railroad, later Pennsylvania and now Amtrak's
Northeast Corridor, here, or more precisely at the boulder between the end of the
train on the right and the tuscan red equipment box.
Some CSL trains -- I doubt many -- would follow the B&P/Penn tracks all the way to Calvert
Station at the intersection of Calvert and Frankin Streets in Baltimore. To get there
trains would have to trek 5 miles east of here and run past Baltimore's Union/Penn Station.
Calvert Station, demolished about 1950, was part of the Northern Central Railway and, like
the CSL, under control of the Pennsylvania.
In the distance Wilkens Avenue, MD 372, bridges overhead. The elevation dip of the rails
at the boulder marks where Maidens Choice Creek is spanned; for future reference note both
it and the equipment box. Evidence as presented below indicates the CSL and B&P shared a
small passenger station/stop in this area.