Inner West Street
West Street was once the only land route into Annapolis. When the railroad came to town in 1840, trains quickly replaced horses ast he preferred tranpostation to the big cities of Baltimore and Washington. The location of train stations in the second block of West Street drew hotels, restaurants, and livery stables to support travelers. To this day, the West Street Corridor continues to act as a gateway to Annapolis, welcoming visitors and residents like into what is now a vibrant arts & entertainment district.