Brunswick is located in southwestern Frederick County on the banks of the Potomac River. It was established on the now-defunct Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, but really expanded in the late 1800s when the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad built their six-mile-long rail yard nearby. In 1890 the city was incorporated as Brunswick and became an official 'railroad town'. (It was previously known as Berlin and has been known over the years as Buffalo Wallow, Coxson Rest, Eels Pot, Potomac Crossing, Tankersville, and Barry.) Brunswick is now a major stop on the MARC commuter train line out of Washington, DC. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 5,900.
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City of Brunswick
Official site that includes news and local government, business, tourism, recreation and essential contact information.
Brunswick Community Calendar
Calendar of events for local groups.
Brunswick Main Street, Inc.
Grass roots effort to revitalize downtown. Information on volunteering and local events.
City of Brunswick on Facebook
The official Facebook page of Brunswick, Maryland.
City of Brunswick Twitter account
Official Twitter account of the City of Brunswick, Maryland. News, events, and announcements.
WeatherBug: Brunswick, MD
Weather forecast and live, local weather conditions from the Brunswick Elementary School.
Wikipedia - Brunswick, Maryland
Encyclopedia article covering census figures, history, and famous residents.
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