One of the largest and most visible artifacts of the Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI) is the WWII-era shipbuilding crane towering over the campus. In partnership with the BMI through our Six-to-Fix program, Preservation Maryland successfully advocated for state funds to repair and repaint the iconic crane.
The Baltimore Museum of Industry is home to a WWII-era shipyard crane — it’s a 110-ton artifact in their collection to celebrate Maryland’s industrial legacy. Preservation Maryland is supportive of a Bond Bill in the Maryland General Assembly for funding to restore the crane. Here’s how you can help:
The new class of Six-to-Fix projects represent the next step for Preservation Maryland’s proactive preservation program and are one of the broadest, most diverse and inclusive collection of projects we have ever tackled.