Welcome to the Stone Bridge Grille located on the original site of the Historic Maryland Line Inn. Here you will enjoy unrivaled hospitality, explore a uniquely crafted wine list and beverage menu and experience the ultimate dining experience. We offer local meats and fresh farm to table fruits and vegetables. Every dish we serve is made from scratch by our award winning chefs.At our table, you join us in supporting local agriculture that represents the bounty and heritage of our area. Let our staff know if there is anything that we can do to make your evening more pleasant.
Maryland Historic Registry – BA-593
The classic two-span stone-arch bridge was one of five built on the Baltimore and York Turnpike between 1800 and 1810. The Parkton Stone Arch Bridge was designed and built in 1809 by John Davis (1770-1864), the first superintendent of the Baltimore Water Company. As Maryland's oldest bridge, the Parkton Stone Arch Bridge is a rare survivor of the turnpikes that provided the state's first reliable overland transportation in the early 19th century. Spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, the 37-foot-Iong bridge has two arch spans which are each 18 feet long. The central stone pier is 6 feet thick and the abutments are 8 feet thick.
The Parkton Stone Arch Bridge is located on Maryland Route 463 (close to 18848 York Road) and spans the Little Gunpowder Falls, near the NCR Trail.