CItzen Robey

B & O Railroad Station Museum celebrates its 30 years of stewardship by the Historic Ellicott City, Inc., with county officials and free museum tour for visitors.  The group will be handing over the operation of the museum to the B & O Railroad Museum in Baltimore starting in February.  Howard County Executive Jim Robey, left, gets cheers and applauses from Janet Kusterer, center, Executive Director of the Historic Ellicott City, Inc., and Charlotte Holland, right, President of the Historic Ellicott City, Inc., after he commented that there should be train rides for tourists along the B&O rail at the museum. January 15, 2006
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( KENNETH K. LAM / Baltimore Sun / January 15, 2006 )

B & O Railroad Station Museum celebrates its 30 years of stewardship by the Historic Ellicott City, Inc., with county officials and free museum tour for visitors. The group will be handing over the operation of the museum to the B & O Railroad Museum in Baltimore starting in February. Howard County Executive Jim Robey, left, gets cheers and applauses from Janet Kusterer, center, Executive Director of the Historic Ellicott City, Inc., and Charlotte Holland, right, President of the Historic Ellicott City, Inc., after he commented that there should be train rides for tourists along the B&O rail at the museum. January 15, 2006

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