Baltimore Metro - Johns Hopkins Hospital Station Photos
Here are photos of Baltimore Metro Johns Hopkins Hospital Station. This station is underground in the median of Broadway, near McElderry St. on Broadway, between Monument St. & Madison St., in the midst of the downtown Baltimore Johns Hopkins Hospital campus. Metro service currently terminates here, but there is 1/2 mile of tail track just north of the station, designed to accomodate a future Northeast Line extension to the northeast part of the City of Baltimore, and perhaps to White Marsh in Baltimore County northeast of the city.
Above, looking from the mezzanine down toward the platform, where a train has stopped for passengers.
Above, on the platform, where a train is arriving.
Above, on the platform, where a train has arrived. Looking sideward toward a mural on the wall. Click for LARGE IMAGE (113K), hit BACK key to return.
Above, on the platform. Looking upward is the atrium, where you can see in upward sequence, the mezzanine, the roof of the station, and a skylight that is aboveground. There are escalators in the lower part of the photo, that look somewhat dark due to the contrasting of the photo.
The Baltimore Metro uses some conventional architecture such as the box platform area structure, but has various interesting architectural features such as this atrium, that provide for a rather interesting viewing experience.
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Photos taken by John Cambron of North Beach, Maryland, in February 2002, and generously offered to this website! These photos were taken on a Saturday when the ridership was low.
© Copyright 2002 by Scott Kozel. All rights reserved.
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By Scott M. Kozel,Roads to the Future