A C-82 flies over downtown Hagerstown in this October 2006 photo. The C-82, which took to the skies near the end of World War II, was produced by Fairchild Aircraft Corp. Fairchild manufactured airplanes in Hagerstown between 1931 and 1984. The plane is on display at the Hagerstown Aviation Museum.
The Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown opened in 1915, then reopened in 1978, four years after it was damaged in a fire. The theater has hosted acts such as Bob Hope, Johnny Cash and Ray Charles, and is the performance base for the Maryland Symphony Orchestra.
A model train whizzes around the track as part of the Trains of Christmas display at the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum.
A woman and a youngster walk under the cherry trees blossoming at City Park in Hagerstown in this April 2006 photo. The park is home to the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts and the Hagerstown Railroad Museum.