The Harford County Cultural Arts Board recently dedicated a sculpture commemorating the Ma & Pa Railroad.
The Daybreak Sculpture, designed by Richard Brink, was officially dedicated Oct. 27, according to a release issued by the board.
The Daybreak Sculpture stands 30 feet high. It is located next to the MA & PA Heritage Trail and is visible to drivers on Maryland Route 24, which runs parallel to part of the trail.
The sculpture honors the Ma & Pa Railroad and the canning industry that once adorned Harford County. It was built in partnership with the Town of Bel Air, the Greater Bel Air Foundation, the Harford County Department of Parks and Recreation, the cultural arts board, the Maryland State Arts Council and the Spenceola Main Street Center.