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St. Denis, Maryland


St. Denis, Maryland

Saint Denis, Maryland
unincorporated community
The Relay Hotel, once located at the Thomas Viaduct on Railroad Avenue
The Relay Hotel, once located at the Thomas Viaduct on Railroad Avenue
Country  United States of America
State  Maryland
County Baltimore
Founded by Dennis Smith[1]
Time zone Eastern

St. Denis is an unincorporated community in Central Maryland in the United States, located in Arbutus, south of Baltimore.

It is located on the CSX main line between Halethorpe and Relay (the latter being the site of the Thomas Viaduct), and is best known as a stop on the MARC commuter rail (on the Camden line). In former years, a station building stood here similar to that in Germantown, but all that remains are the platforms. The Maryland Transit Administration considered discontinuing this stop in 2006 but was prevented from doing so by legislation in the Maryland General Assembly.

The Halethorpe MARC station is on a different line than the St. Denis station.


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External links

Historic Relay, Maryland website .

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