Frederick and Pennsylvania Line Railroad Museum

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Frederick and Pennsylvania Line Railroad Museum
Formation2015 (founded)
2015 (incorporated)
TypeNGO
Legal statusNonprofit organization
PurposeHistoric preservation
HeadquartersWalkersville, Maryland
Coordinates39°18′8″N 76°37′1″W / 39.30222°N 76.61694°W / 39.30222; -76.61694Coordinates: 39°18′8″N 76°37′1″W / 39.30222°N 76.61694°W / 39.30222; -76.61694
Region served
Frederick County, Maryland
President
Ray Soderberg
Websitefplmuseum.org

Frederick and Pennsylvania Line Railroad Museum is an American nonprofit historic-preservation organization headquartered in Walkersville, Maryland. The Museum was named after the namesake railroad that was built in Frederick county in 1872.[1]

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Frederick and Pennsylvania Line Railroad Museum, Inc. was founded in 2015 as a nonprofit historic preservation advocacy organization in Frederick County, Maryland. The organization has two volunteer board members and a host of volunteers who work to preserve and promote Frederick County's historic buildings, sites and neighborhoods.(Op. Cit.) The Museum has been helping historical and preservation associations, residents and volunteers advocate for the preservation and reuse of historic buildings and sites in Frederick county, Maryland. The Museum also offers technical assistance to preservation groups and communities.[2]

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  1. ^ Soderberg, Ray (November 2015). "Dream nears reality for two Maryland railroad buffs" (PDF). Woodsboro-Walkersville Times. Woodsboro, Maryland. Retrieved April 12, 2016.
  2. ^ Soderberg, Ray (February 2016). "Frederick County's historic railroad,the past and the future" (PDF). Woodsboro-Walkersville Times. Woodsboro, Maryland. Retrieved April 12, 2016.