Created By: Kristin Bowl
220 North Main St.- Trolley Station: The Hagerstown-Frederick Electric Railway Company operated a trolley station through Boonsboro from 1902 until 1938. The site included a lumber shed, a freight house, a coal shed, and an office.
Over 500 tickets were sold for the first excursion of the trolley in August 1902. A round trip ticket cost fifty cents. By late October of that year, the United States mail was being carried on the Hagerstown to Boonsboro line. The Boonsboro Trolley Museum, which is the last trolley station remaining in Washington
The Boonsboro Trolley Museum is full of interesting stories and facts about the museum, which is housed in the last remaining trolley station in Washington County. The museum is open by appointment by calling town hall at (301) 432-5141.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Boonsboro, Maryland Walking Tour