The Maryland company made a wide range of steam vehicles, all with vertical 2-cylinder engines and single chain drive.  Body styles included a runabout, surrey, and phaeton, and prices ranged from $900 to $2,500.[1]

Maryland Automobile &  Manufacturing Company, Incorporation, Motor Vehicle Review, March 20, 1900.

The Maryland Automobile & Manufacturing Company incorporated in Baltimore, MD. Motor VVehicle Review, March 1900, p. 8.

Maryland Steam Car, identification uncertain.

This may or may not be a Maryland Steam Car.

Subscribe to the VSCM Newsletter!

Contact us if you have additional information about the Rochester Steam Motor Works or if you have questions.

Thank you for your financial support.

[1]Georgano, G. N., Encyclopedia of American Automobiles, (New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1968), p. 126.