Having loaded the final commuters for the morning, train P880 departs Brunswick, bound for Washington D.C. with cab car #8046 showing the way east.
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.
The DME 4002, CP 4452 and CP 5040 sit in Brunswick yard after bringing in a grain train for Miller Milling. In the background a pair of CSX engines can be seen backing against their train on track... (more)
On a nice day while a BBQ competition goes on in Brunswick, a auto rack train with a nice EMD leading the way.
CSX 116 being leased by MARC
Eastbound Trailer Jet is departing Brunswick, Maryland. It is passing helper power parked in the pocket track.
A loaded rock train rolls west through Brunswick, MD. This train likely loaded at Milville,WV on the Shenandoah Sub and is bound for a rock yard in the Washington DC area.
A trio of eastbound freights await crews at Brunswick on a clear summer morning.
Ex-BN/CB&Q E9-rebuilds, elephant-style, running out their last days in MARC commuter service. No. 69 was built by EMD in December, 1955 as the CB&Q 9986B and was later renumbered to 9981 and then... (more)
A westbound empty stone train bound for the Shenandoah Sub is lead by a pair of GP-15s (CSXT 1552 & CSXT 1553) and a GP40-2 (CSXT 6388.
A 1966-built Western Maryland SD40 is bracketed by a C&O SD40 in the lead with a B&O GP40-2 trailing. All three units could have used a trip to the wash rack.
A scene not to be repeated with Conrail and CPLs in Brunswick, Maryland.
As skies begin to clear, as coal loads bound for Baltimore make there way through the Potomac Valley.
The Capitol Limited races past the Brunswick Yard and the former WB Tower as the days get shorter and the shadows get longer.