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A portion of "New railroad map of the states of Maryland, Delaware, & District of Columbia." Gray, Frank Arnold, 1873 from David Ramsey Map Collection shows the Queen Anne's and Kent RR from Massey to Centreville with a proposed extension to Queenstown
A portion of Map of Maryland and Delaware by the Rand McNally Company that appeared in their Indexed Atlas of the World. Dated 1882 from the Enoch Pratt free Library shows the Queen Anne and Kent RR without a proposed extension to Queenstown  
A portion of "Rand, McNally & Co.'s Maryland. (with) District of Columbia." 1889 from David Ramsey Map Collection shows the Queen Anne and Kent RR is now a part of the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore RR.  
A portion of "Map of Baltimore City with map of Maryland and certain pieces of descriptive information about Maryland, Washington D.C., and Delaware" by Rand, McNally & Company Indexed Atlas in 1894 from the Enoch Pratt free Library shows only the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore RR.  
This 1895 Rand, McNalley map from http://www.livgenmi.com shows the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore RR and the Queen Anne's RR from Ellendale, DE to Queenstown only  
A portion of "Rand, McNally & Co.'s Maryland, D.C. and Delaware. (with) Baltimore and Environs" 1903 from the David Ramsey Map Collection shows both the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore RR and the Queen Anne's RR all the way to Love Point.  It also shows the completed QARR spur to Centreville.  
A portion of "Commercial Atlas of America. Rand McNally Standard Map of Maryland and Delaware. (with) Baltimore and Environs" 1924 from the David Ramsey Map Collection shows both Railroads now part of the Pennsylvania RR with the portion from Love Point to Centreville and Bloomingdale called the Maryland, Delaware and Virginia RR.