AMTK No. 646 leads a southbound Regional Express into the station at Aberdeen, MD.
Built in 1943 by the Pennsylvania Railroad, this utilitarian station, barely one story tall with a large overhanging roof replaced a much nicer structure built by the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad in 1898. It is one of only 4 stations in Maryland served by Amtrak along the NEC, the other three being Baltimore, Baltimore /Washington International Airport, and New Carrolton - just outside of Washington D.C. The station also serves MARC commuter trains.