P893 slows for its stop in Germantown.
A gooseneck lamp frames this westbound MARC train at one of the more rural stations on the Brunswick Line.
MARC 55 pushes commuters southbound on this sunny Friday morning.
You don't see this every morning. Two wide cab GP40s push a load of commuters south toward Washington DC.
Northbound MARC train, running wrong main, passes a waiting northbound CSX merchandise train at Relay Junction.
Northbound MARC commuter train approaching the outskirts of Baltimore.
Southbound MARC train departs St Denis, pushing past a northbound CSX manifest waiting for traffic ahead to clear.
MARC commuter train is dwarfed by the tunnel at Harpers Ferry. Seen here crossing the Potomac River with commuters returning to the West Virginia suburbs from Washington DC.
MARC P873 pulling into the Brunswick, MD station with a load of passengers from D.C. Canon EOS 10D w/ 70-200mm F/4L lens. 1/320 sec @ F/7.1.
The afternoon's first MARC train passes a CPL at Leadenhall St. This train will go around the wye and enter Camden Station where it will run west on the Capital Sub to Washington, D.C.
Repositioning commuter power northward on a MARC down day. The homeless man trying to stay warm on a breezy cold morning reminds me how lucky I am to be able to afford the luxury of railfanning.
MARC #65 accelerates while pushing the last morning train for Washington D.C.
The last AM train for Baltimore rolls past an installation of B&O CPLs at Bush Street.