Camden Station, in Baltimore, carries a lot of Civil War associations. Marching here to embark for Washington, Union troops were attacked by a mob. Lincoln passed through en route to his inauguration; he passed through again en route to Gettysburg to deliver the address.

The interior of the station is being renovated for shops and sports museums. One room will be reserved for remembrance of Baltimore's Civil War history.

The decent thing about this is that seems to be the only piece of the renovation plan not associated with a commercial mission.