About The Antique Depot
HistoryWay back when, it was the home for B&O Railroad's trains and then the
home of Clark's Hardware Store. But for the past 25 years, it has been the home of Antique Depot, a must-stop for vintage, antiques, and
collectibles. The sheer volume of antiques is almost overwhelming; plan on spending serious time here to browse among the almost 100 dealers
spread out over four full floors. If you are on a hunt for a particular item, the staff is very knowledgeable and happy to help you find your
treasure. Otherwise, you are encouraged to look to your heart's content or until your feet give out.
David Robeson (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Owner & Manager of the Antique Depot is a proud member of:
Depot coverage from the Baltimore Sun
"Ellicott City's former train station, Antique Depot now houses goods from over 70 [sic] dealers over 16,000 square feet and four floors. Whether you're
looking for a certain collectible or an unusual stand-alone piece, you're bound to find something that catches your eye."
LocationLocated at 3720 Maryland Avenue, Ellicott City, MD 21043 -- just after the Ellicott City bridge (pictured below) -- first left at Maryland Avenue, behind the Phoenix Restaurant, across from the B&O Railroad Museum.
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