The last light of day from the 2019 Summer Solstice finds MARC P879 crossing the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, WV.
A MARC train passes through Halethorpe Station.
Northbound MARC commuter train rolls across Thomas Viaduct on the original B&O mainline between Baltimore & Washington D.C.
At 17:58, MARC 132 is 15 minutes late as it begins to slow for its scheduled 17:43 St. Denis station stop on April 20, 1987. Here, the Washington to Baltimore Camden Line commuter has just ... (more)
A westbound MARC train approached its station stop at the small depot in Dickerson, Maryland. The loco was rebuilt from Penn Central/Conrail GP40 3062.
Arriving at BWI
Still in service; arriving at BWI
An increasingly rare sight with a GP39-2 leading a MARC train past Brunswick to Martinsburg. Shown approaching Harpers Ferry leading the P879 bringing commuters from Washington DC to the suburbs.
A rare sight on the MARC, the GP39H2s do occasionally show up as leaders. This former B&O engine is stopped at the Brunswick station during the evening rush.
A one-year-old MARC AEM7 brings a Baltimore-bound train past the unused tower at Bowie, Maryland.
P853-17 departs the Dorsey station on CSX's Capital Subdivision.
MARC's early afternoon Penn Line train to Perryville arrives as CSX intermodal L034 crosses the river on the former B&O bridge further upstream.
A well-worn E-Unit makes its station stop at the "B&O's church." No. 66 was built for the CB&Q as E8A No. 9972 in August of 1953 and was later rebuilt by Morrison-Knudson in the 1970s. ... (more)
An MPI MP36PH-3C leads a Washington to Baltimore rush hour train as it pulls into Seabrook to pick up passengers.
Running against rush hour traffic, a late afternoon Washington-bound set of RDC’s arrive at the station stop at Laurel. Maryland.