Frozen Chesapeake Bay

Tug E. Clay Timanus working in ice on the Patapsco River, Feb. 2, 1936. (H. Osborne Michael Collection, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum)

The Baltimore Sun photo gallery “Frozen Chesapeake Bay” shows times in history when the Chesapeake Bay completely froze over.

People walk on the ice over the Chesapeake Bay during the Big Freeze of 1976-77. (Photo by Bob Grieser)

A tractor tows a sled across the Chesapeake Bay during the Big Freeze of 1976-77. (Photo by Bob Grieser)

View more photos of “Frozen Chesapeake Bay” at The Baltimore Sun.

Pushing sleigh across the bay 1936

February 10, 1936 – Pushing a sleigh across the frozen Chesapeake Bay. Photo by Baltimore Sun Staff Photographer.

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