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Sykesville Visitor Center & Post Office

731 Oklahoma Avenue
Sykesville MD 21784
Tel: 410.552.9975
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Sykesville Visitor Center & Post Office
Hours of Operation 
Monday - Friday - 9:00am till 2:00pm/2:30pm till 5:00pm
Saturday - 9:00am till 1:00pm
Sunday - Closed

Daily mail pick-up is 2:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Mail received after 2:00pm will be postmarked the next business day.

The former B&P Junction interlocking tower, which from 1910 until 1988 served as a proud sentinel to the railroading just south of Baltimore’s Penn Station, and almost got lost to the wrecking, but afterwards, has found a new home. The town of Sykesville, Maryland, acquired salvageable parts to the structure and reconstructed it in 2000; it opened in November 2002 as a   Post Office and welcome/information center. The site for the tower is along Oklahoma Avenue, in front of a former Pullman sleeping car, not far from the old Sykesville train station.

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