An aerial photograph of the USS Constellation shows it in it’s deteriorating condition prior to it’s 1990’s restoration. The 19th century fighting ship was used in military service through World War II before ending up in Baltimore as a relic.
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Cities and Towns -- Maryland -- Baltimore; Public Institutions -- Museums; Architecture, American;
United States of America
201 E Pratt St.
Smolski, Chet, "Baltimore: USS Constellation, Inner Harbor" (1978). Browse All. 419.
historic; USS Constellation; ships; Baltimore, Maryland; Inner Harbor; harbor; tourism;