The McShane Bell Foundry, established in 1856 on the outskirts of Baltimore and later relocated to Glen Burnie (pop. 67,639), donated the labor to provide four bells for the 2002 Remembrance Project, a memorial to those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Three bells rang in the locations of the attacks and another rang to honor all those who died. The bells are rung each September.
McShane Bell Foundry Rings Bells for Sept. 11 Victims
On the Road, TriviaBy American Profile on October 16, 2011