CSX 8608 and HLCX 7156 lead a loaded autorack east by Brunswick.
MARC 875 pauses briefly after unloading passengers from DC and surrounding suburbs as CSX local D786 led by slug set 2290 (ex B&O GP35) and CSX 6484 (ex C&O SD40-2) begins to merge off the Old Mai... (more)
An increasingly rare sight with MARC 70 GP39-2 leading the P877 bringing commuters from Washington DC to the suburbs. Shown stopping at the beautiful Point of Rocks station.
CSX B667 passes the famous E Francis Baldwin designed station on the Metropolitan Sub at Point of Rocks, MD on the evening of June 15, 2018. B667 is one of the many symbols being used by the railr... (more)
A SCENE WITHIN A SCENE
CSX B705 helper set returning to Brunswick, MD passes Point of Rocks as a local painter looks on practicing his craft.
An inaugural revenue run of Siemens SC-44 Charger MARC 82 on the Brunswick Line. Shown arriving Brunswick en route to its final destination of Martinsburg, West Virginia.
A rare appearance by the MARC 68 Bloody Nose GP40 on a revenue passenger train. Power shortages saw this unit pressed into service on the MARC Brunswick line in the Summer of 2017.
A matched set of CSX coal trains sit along the eastbound main in Brunswick waiting for their turn to be unloaded in Baltimore.
The signals at Dickerson, MD in the early morning hours in September, 2017 taken from the MARC Station as on oncming eastbound approaches.
The Capitol Limited with two AEM-7s in tow has just begun it's journey west to Chicago passing by the DC suburb of Brunswick, Maryland. The AEM-7s AMTK 942 and 928 will continue their trip past Ch... (more)
The Capitol Limited races west from Washington, DC passing a MARC GP39H2 that arrived Brunswick, MD shortly before Amtrak with the evening return of the commuters 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.
CSX 8733 and CSX 552 lead an empty autorack train past the historic EF Baldwin design Point of Rocks station. The station was built by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1873.
A scene not to be repeated with Conrail and CPLs in Brunswick, Maryland.