Over the course of the past few years, the MARC roster has been entirely expunged of their once mainstay GP40WH-2's. Now in 2013, the last unit standing is the MARC 68, which has been relegated t... (more)
Considering the fact that the B&O discontinuted all passenger service to (and through) Wilmington, DE on April 26, 1958, it was quite a nice catch to see a MARC unit in town as one could argue MAR... (more)
The first Martinsburg train arrives at Harpers Ferry with what looks like Santa Claus at the controls.
Martinsburg, West Virginia, bound P877 rolls pass WB tower. In the distance P875 is taking on fuel and water before yarding for the night.
A westbound MARC train begins to slow as it crosses the Potomac River preparing to make the station stop at Historic Harpers Ferry.
An excursion with MARC equipment to the Potomac Eagle Excursion train at Romney, WV.
A morning MARC train passes through St. Denis without stopping. This station receives only skeleton service. MARC trains are push-pull and locomotive shots are only possible in the AM. Today, I ha... (more)
MARC commuter train heads back east after detraining passengers at the Brunswick, MD station on a clear December afternoon.
Three of these things belong together. Three of these things are kind of the same. MARC Geep's sit idle for the weekend after a hard week hauling commuters between the suburbs of Maryland and Wash... (more)
A Marcbonnet leads the early afternoon run to Brunswick, Maryland.
An aerial view of a westbound Marc train exiting Harpers Ferry Tunnel.
A Marc-bonet, westbound, leads "the Blue Ridge" into Harpers Ferry Station. Tie replacement on #1 track forced westbounds onto the eastbound main.
MARC 877 arrives at the newly restored Harpers Ferry Station as other railfans enjoy a beautiful spring afternoon.
The last wave of commuters arrive at Harpers Ferry after a soggy and snowy day working in the Washington, DC, area.