I was looking at some pictures by Powerline64 and I begin to wonder if some of the 138-kv and 33-kv lines shown helped supply the WB&A railroad at one time. The WB&A right-of-way runs south out of Baltimore, through Linthicum Junction, and then through Odenton. In the late William D. Middleton's book, The Last Interurbans, there are pictures of power lines of similar construction to those shown in Powerline64's album. Either BG&E supplied power to the railroad or they bought the right-of-way after electrified railroad operations ceased in 1950s.
Power utilities have strong historical links to interurban railroads, and in many parts of the country, the milling industry.