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The Cabin John Hotel:
This 1880's [sic] Victorian extravagance was at the end of the trolley line and was Washington's finest vacation resort. Guests came to marvel at the spectacular stone bridge across the creek, enjoy a scenic amusement park, and dining and dancing to John Philip Sousa's famous band. The hotel declined during Prohibition and burned to the ground in 1938.
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