ALTV visits the home of Navy Football in Annapolis, MD, the Navy – Marine Corp Stadium. Opened in 1959, it is located off Rowe Blvd on the approach to Annapolis.
Tag Archive: Maryland
Mar 29 2009
Mar 26 2009
Escape to historic St. Michaels, MD, the Heart & Soul of the Chesapeake Bay. Saint Michaels, Maryland is a quaint waterfront village on the Eastern Shore, situated on a picturesque peninsula between Tilghman Island, Easton and Oxford, and only a leisurely drive from Washington DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Richmond and New York. Arrive by boat and …
Mar 20 2009
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge is a major dual-span bridge in the U.S. State of Maryland, spanning the Chesapeake Bay and connecting the urban western shore with the rural eastern shore. The bridge is part of U.S. Routes 50 and 301 and serves as a vital link for travelers heading to Maryland and Delaware’s ocean resorts, …
Jan 31 2009
Episode 4 of ALTV visits the Maryland State House and the adjacent Governor’s Mansion in Annapolis, Maryland. Maryland’s State House is oldest continually used State House in the nation. It was used briefly as the Nation’s Capitol and General George Washington resigned his commission here before the Continental Congress. Join us for a brief tour!
Jan 12 2009
As the sun rises over the Severn River near the Route 450 bridge, Annapolis Landscape TV films the sun as it spashes it’s morning colors against the skyline of the U.S. Naval Academy, the Annapolis skyline and the Route 450 bridge. ALTV also pays a special visit to the nearby World War 2 Memorial at the …