A MARC train rolls into NCR as a WMATA Orange line train head into the yard.
It's train time.
The pointless arrow, aka the chevron logo, is still displayed above the entrance to the first station just north of Washington DC. Being protected from the elements, it has aged rather well.
MARC train #418, a Washington DC to Baltimore (Penn Station) MD train, is about to depart the station at New Carrollton, Maryland, on the last day of September 2013. MP36PH-3C 17 is on the point ... (more)
Meeting train 205 coming south: WMATA (Washington Metro) in the foreground
Last trains. The 2010 Blizzard starts to intensify as Metrorail begins to shut down all above ground routes due to heavy snow.
As the February 2010 blizzard begins to wind down, an HHP 8 slogs out of New Carrollton past a snowbound Metrorail facility. Amtrak manged to keep running in this storm.
A Washington Metro trainset heads for the yard as Amtrak 86 departs for points northeast
Departing as MARC 411 arrives behind MP36s 16 and 33
The first blizzard of 2010 is beginning to wind down as a regional slams through a snowbank as it arrives at New Carrollton Amtrak Station.
Passing MP 127 as it slows for the stop at New Carrollton