Maryland comuter train heading for last stop in Martinsburg WV
A colorful MARC painted GP39H-2 leads a commuter train into Camden Station, passing by a photogenic B&O CPL.
My 1,000th photo accepted to Railpictures displays MARC 20 passing by an assortment of "new" B&O CPL's bound for Baltimore's Camden Station. After doing some research, it appears that this is the ... (more)
With much of Baltimore still proudly displaying it's B&O heritage, a MARC commuter train is just moments from arriving at Camden Station.
MARC 21 leads the first of the evening commuter trains into Brunswick. The D.C. commuters are rushing about the platform in attempt to get to their cars and out of the parking lot before a traffic... (more)
Passenger special P941 heads back to Brunswick for the final trip of a very low fare train ride special for today between Harpers Ferry and Brunswick under very blue skies and unusual green fall f... (more)
Commuters from DC arriving at the recently repaired Point of Rocks station.
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)
One of the new MARC units.
Spring Morning Light at St. Denis.
I was recently notified by the MTA that the engineer in this picture is retiring soon. I wish him a very happy and satisfying retirement.
The engineer onboard the cab car strains to see the tracks again as another eastbound commuter train approcahes Point Of Rocks.
A MARC train from Fredrick starts around the wye at Point of Rocks as it heads towards Washington.
On your MARC! - Okay…bad pun…on to the caption. - With a day to kill I hopped on Acela Express 2160 out of D.C. and got to Baltimore late morning. After exploring and shooting the splendid... (more)