The Gould Street Generating Station in Baltimore, Maryland, was photographed in March 2020, shortly before its demolition. The power plant had a rich history dating back to the War of 1812 and was originally built in 1904 by the Maryland Telephone and Telegraph Company. Over the years, it went through various ownership changes and expansions. The site is now owned by the Port Covington Development Team and its future use is uncertain. The author, Matthew Christopher, expresses a preference for adaptive reuse of historic buildings but acknowledges the benefits of redevelopment.