Summer's long rays are almost over as an evening MARC train heads for DC. In the background, Baltimore raises over the trees.
Not making track speed right now, as it slows for the station stop
The 3:30 southbound MARC train passes through St. Denis in Southern Baltimore. This would mark the first photo taken with my new EOS 7D that was accepted to RP.
A new face in a well known place.
The first train of the afternoon passenger rush pulls into Brunswick station powered by MARC's newest locomotive.
Operators view from HF Tower. Normally P871 runs on Friday's only to Brunswick, Maryland, from Washington, DC, but today being a holiday the train made a special run to Martinsburg, West Virginia.... (more)
The afternoon's first outbound trip from DC passes the historic station at Point of Rocks.
The second unit is #70, a GP39H-2
PCC 7407 was not always just the showpiece of the Baltimore Transit Museum as it is now. Here it’s on a regular service assignment on its way to Walbrook Junction. Joe Jessel Jr Kodachrome.
Wide streets (well, not always) and narrow row houses featured in some Baltimore neighborhoods. Old York Road wasn’t very busy this Sunday. Joe Jessel Jr Kodachrome.
Second unit is 9917.
DC bound commuter train.
The journey to the distant suburbs of Washington DC has just begun as MARC 60 heads west through Forest Glen. I've been told that a few years ago this engine and a few other Es went to Brewster, ... (more)
A Marcbonnet leads the early afternoon run to Brunswick, Maryland.