Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Tis the season for Baldwin’s Station - Santa’s real life train layout

In all honesty, all seasons are perfect for dining at Baldwin's Station in Sykesville but it is especially well suited to the Christmas holidays. The brick 1883 railway station designed by E. Francis Baldwin has maintained its original integrity and look. There is a warm, take-you-back-in-time country hospitality feel when you enter the building that is consistent throughout both dining rooms and the bar. An enclosed year round patio area that sits right by the active railroad tracks has been host to many a party, wedding as well as day-to-day lunch and dinner service.

At night driving through the historic town of Sykesville’s Main Street was like a Christmas card scene. The buildings decorated for the holidays, with the lights a startling contrast to the December evening’s dark, clear sky.

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