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“What’s that green roof peeking over the 28th Street Exit of I-83?”
If you have ever asked yourself this question, then this is the tour for you. The Vernon Pumping Station was built in 1931 to move water from Druid Lake and it continues to serve the Department of Public Works to this very day. Despite its demure location, the building packs an architectural punch complete with details like glazed terracotta, wrought iron railings, and bronze-faced doors. This rarely seen building is a great example of Baltimore’s enduring legacy of providing clean drinking water with beautiful architecture.
Photo courtesy Meg Fielding
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