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Stone Hill neighborhood | PHOTOS

Flowering trees overlook the old factories at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, which was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers
(Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)

Stone Hill neighborhood | PHOTOS

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Stone Hill is a mini neighborhood within Hampden in Baltimore.
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
Flowering trees overlook the old factories at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, which was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers
Flowering trees overlook the old factories at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, which was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
The Thistels are at their residence at Stone Hill.
The Thistels are at their residence at Stone Hill. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
This is the interior of the Thistel residence at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden.
This is the interior of the Thistel residence at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
Colorful glass is seen in the Thistel residence.
Colorful glass is seen in the Thistel residence. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
Standing outside the home where he grew up, resident Bill Sullivan holds a photo of his father at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, which was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers
Standing outside the home where he grew up, resident Bill Sullivan holds a photo of his father at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, which was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
A blooming plant is part of the scenery at Stone Hill.
A blooming plant is part of the scenery at Stone Hill. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
Old railroad ties are seen in Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden.
Old railroad ties are seen in Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
A magnolia tree blooms in the tiny neighborhood in Hampden.
A magnolia tree blooms in the tiny neighborhood in Hampden. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers
Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
Nancy Bjørnard and 16-month-old daughter Solveig pull weeds outside their home at Stone Hill.
Nancy Bjørnard and 16-month-old daughter Solveig pull weeds outside their home at Stone Hill. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
Shana Boscak and Alexis Boscak with their children Zoltan, 5-1/2 and Ziporah, 1.
Shana Boscak and Alexis Boscak with their children Zoltan, 5-1/2 and Ziporah, 1. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
One of the stairs that workers used to use to reach the old factories still exists at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, which was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers.
One of the stairs that workers used to use to reach the old factories still exists at Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden, which was built as a patriarchal village in the 19th century for workers. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
A flower grows in a driveway.
A flower grows in a driveway. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore neighborhoods: Stone Hill, Hampden
A house is seen in Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden.
A house is seen in Stone Hill, a tiny neighborhood in Hampden. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
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