Above, the old Silver Spring, Maryland Armory Building. This is one of only a few that is no longer standing.
Maryland Armory Buildings –
While on many of the Kilduff’s picture shoots, we saw Armory Buildings around the State and always wondered about them. I tried to look them up online, but would only find a image here, and a description there. Kilduff’s figured it was time for one webpage to be designed with all of the old Armory Buildings on it. I think the page is best on the Kilduffs.com page right now, with images being easier to see,but as time allows it, Kilduffs.net should have better sized images as well.
As of 2020, we have 20 old Armory Buildings located, photographed and added to this page. With a collection of old postcards, a total of 36 images have been posted.
Annapolis Maryland Naval Academy Armory Building.
This is the Armory on the campus of the Naval Academy. The State Capitol also had a Armory, which was torn down years ago.
Belair Maryland Armory Buildnig
Harford County, Maryland
Towson ( Baltimore County ) Armory Building
Baltimore City Armory Building
Cambridge Maryland Armory
Centreville Maryland Armory
Chestertown Maryland Armory
Crisfield Maryland Armory Building
Denton Maryland Armory Building
Easton Maryland Armory Building
Elkton Maryland Armory Building
Frederick County Maryland Armory Building
Frostburg Maryland Armory Building
Hagerstown Maryland Armory Building
Hyattsville Maryland Armory Building
Kensington Maryland Armory Building
Laplata Maryland Armory Building
Laurel Maryland Armory Building
Pocomoke City Armory Building
Prince Frederick Maryland Armory Building
Silver Spring Maryland Armory Building
Salisbury Armory Building
Westminster Maryland Armory Building
Carroll County, Maryland
This is a complete photo log of the Armory Buildings around the State of Maryland. I have old the ” older style ” buildings, having recently added Keningston & Cumberland. There are lots more photos and postcards on the Kilduffs.com page.
I added Towson and soon will add Pikesville, although they aren’t exactly what the page is about. I could never find the OLD Salisbury, but my research places it at Division and Centre Streets, and if that’s correct, the City Library now occupies that site. There is a newer Armory Building out on Rt 50, but it’s not the style we are looking at. If there is anything I missed , please let me know. KilduffsTheatreIndex@gmail.com. Also beginning to locate a few Art Deco style Armories in the State, recently finding Frostburg , LaPlata and Prince Frederick. I had heard of a Armory in Silver Spring, but research found it had been torn down. We did locate a postcard for it ( above) Any tips for more would be great …….