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Photographer:Clyde Dickens [View profile]Title:Baltimore, Maryland, USAAdded:Aug 09, 2016
Captured:August 09, 2016IMO:UnavailableHits:400
Location:Baltimore, United States
Photo Category: Shipspotting Locations


tevillo27 9 August 2016
Here is an option if you're closer to the Inner Harbor. If you take Key Highway East after exiting I-95, you'll eventually see the Domino Sugar plant on your left. Right after you pass it there will be a left turn into a parking lot for the Under Armour buildings in North Locust Point, and if you are there during the weekend you should find plenty of parking. That is a good place to see bulk carriers discharging sugar.

Fort Smallwood is a decent vantage point, but there can be long waits for vessels. Also, you need to always be aware of your surroundings there.

Russell Judge 4 August 2016
I went in September 2014 specifically to photograph NS Savannah. As luck would have it, they had an open day with full access. May be worth a quick check. Also there was an old Liberty ship "John W Brown" was also open.

Robert J Smith 31 July 2016
I spent a couple of days in Baltimore many years ago, at that time I found the inner harbour very accessible and Fort McHenry offered some good views of ship movements. Also, there were a few excursion vessels offering harbour trips although did not have time to explore the commercial dock area much.

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Robert J Smith on Aug 10, 2016 12:32 (2 years ago)
Photo taken from Federal Hill, harbour excursions leave from the berths on the left of the photo.
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