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Old 07-28-2016, 01:03 PM   #1
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Question Baltimore Harbor Tunnel (I-895)

Can I get any info on driving a Class C through the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel?
If I am correct, its a 2 lane each way with a 13'-6" height restriction. Can anyone confirm that I should be OK or is it best to just stay on I-95?
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The Harbor Tunnel has a reputation for being extremely strick on propane tanks on RV's. Because of that, most people take the bridge as a bypass.
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Old 07-29-2016, 05:12 AM   #3
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Which bridge are you referring to? I-95?
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That would be the Francis Scott Key bridge on I695 east.

There's a toll for that bridge.

I695 west has no tolls, but is a bit longer.

Both tunnels in Baltimore prohibit propane.
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That would be the Francis Scott Key bridge on I695 east.

There's a toll for that bridge.

I695 west has no tolls, but is a bit longer.

Both tunnels in Baltimore prohibit propane.
They enforce it too.
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I 695 West is only 3 or 4 miles longer.
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I had not looked south far enough on the map.
Much easier and less hassle using a bridge that the tunnel.
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I always use I-695 west around Baltimore. It's a good road when it's not crowded. but like Washington, you have to time your arrival so it's not at rush hours.
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