Departing as MARC 411 arrives behind MP36s 16 and 33
After being delayed by signal problems due to severe weather, commuters depart the train and head home.
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 sunny day in May provided a good opprotunity to see MARC trains again. Despite the news of the MP36s scheduled to take over, not a single one of them was spotted on this day. It's impressive how... (more)
New MP36PH-3c of MARC is leaving Washington Union Station with train 850 to Baltimore Camden Station. Train includes two Kawasaki MARC III bi-levels and GP40WH-2 locomotive in the rear.
One of the newest units on the MARC roster, MARC 13 leads the westbound P873 passing the old B&O Point of Rocks station on a hot April evening..
A new face in a well known place.
The first Martinsburg train arrives at Harpers Ferry with what looks like Santa Claus at the controls.
Inside the cab of Marc 13.
The first train of the afternoon passenger rush pulls into Brunswick station powered by MARC's newest locomotive.
MARC commuter train pulling into the station the day before the 2010 blizzard in the Washington DC area
A MARC service heads through the start of the 2010 Mid Atlantic Blizzard. These locomotives have since been replaced.
Except for the MARC refueling spur the Metropolitan Sub rails are completely covered with 30+ inches of snow following the Blizzard of 2010.