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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is the oldest railroad in America. It was built in 1830 and has cemented Baltimore's position as a major transportation hub. This gave producers in the Midwest and Appalachia easy access to Baltimore's port. Baltimore's Inner Harbor used to be the second largest port of entry for immigrants into the United States. Baltimore was also a major manufacturing hub. Baltimore is now a service-oriented economy, following a decline in major manufacturing and heavy industry. Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Hospital are the top two employers in Baltimore. Baltimore and the surrounding area are home to a variety of government agencies and major organizations, such as the NAACP and ABET, the National Federation of the Blind, and Catholic Relief Services. They also have the headquarters of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, World Relief, and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Baltimore is home to both the Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Orioles Major League Baseball teams.
Many neighborhoods in Baltimore have a rich history. Some of the oldest National Register Historic Districts, such as Fell's Point and Federal Hill, are located in Baltimore. They were added to the National Register in 1971 and 1972, shortly after the passage of historic preservation legislation. Baltimore is home to more monuments and statues than any other American city. Nearly a third of Baltimore's buildings are listed on the National Register as historic, which is higher than any other U.S. municipality.