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Old 07-16-2013, 08:23 PM   #1
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Baltimore tunnel

I have a 30' class A does anyone know the propane restrictions for the Baltimore Harbor tunnel. Thank you new to the motor home camping. Acejohn6928
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I don't believe rv's w/propane are allowed, this was discussed on here a while back.

I-95 Tunnel Restrictions (Baltimore area)

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Propane is considered a hazardous material and not allowed and is posted as not allowed at the entrances to the tunnel.

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The Ft. McHenry and the Baltimore Harbor Tunnels prohibit propane. Propane Regulations
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You can't go through either of the Baltimore tunnels -- period -- in an RV with a propane tank, even if turned off. You can, however, take the Francis Scott Key Bridge (toll) on the east/south side of the 695 beltway, or go the other way around the beltway via Towson (no toll).
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So, you might as well say, NO RVs ALLOWED IN TUNNEL. Most of them have propane. I sure hope that is not a main route to somewhere.
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So, you might as well say, NO RVs ALLOWED IN TUNNEL. Most of them have propane. I sure hope that is not a main route to somewhere.
Well, one of them is I-95, so yeah. But there are easy alternatives, as noted above.
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Well, one of them is I-95, so yeah. But there are easy alternatives, as noted above.

^^^What Mike said above^^^

The easiest route would be to go around the west side (no toll), however, the east side over the Key bridge is a bit more scenic and has some water views that are interesting. Much less traffic on the east side as well.

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