Masonville As I Remember It

Masonville was a small town on the south side of the Patapsco River located between Brooklyn and Fairfield in the northern part of Anne Arundel County. I was born in Masonville in 1929 and was serving in the Air Force when it was torn down in 1952 for the expansion of the B&O railroad.  Masonville is located to the right hand side of the iron bridge on 895 North – Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thoughway – just as you approach the tunnel form the south.  This website is to record my memories of the town and it’s people as well as to display the photographs and maps that I have collected over the years.  Please enjoy my Masonville story!

Horton McCormick Sr – mjswedbars@aol.com


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