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"Baltimore is the next major stop along the NEC with all trains alighting at Penn Station. The station, named for the railroad that built it, is located north of downtown, the Inner Harbor and Orioles Park at Camden Yards by about 1-2 miles. However, there is a connection to the Baltimore light rail system with a roughly quarter-mile walk at the Mt. Royal station. This line runs north-south and can bring you to multiple stops in the downtown area. After departing Baltimore Penn Station, many Amtrak trains stop at BWI Airport (mostly Northeast Regional trains), however, for some odd reason the southbound Crescent does not (its northbound counterpart does, hence the oddity). "
"Flixbus: 24$ return ticket Amtrak: 5$ + depending how far in advance you buy and what time Baltimore is really easy to reach from Washington if you want to go over for a day trip. I especially enjoyed the Edgar Allan Poe grave and monument as I always been a fan of his work. "

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