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.
A new face in town! The first of 26 new MP36PH-3C's for MARC to be placed into service, number 12, mingles with a pair of soon to be retired GP40WH-2's and a lone GP39H-2.
Operators view from HF Tower. Normally P871 runs on Friday's only to Brunswick, Maryland, from Washington, DC, but today being a holiday the train made a special run to Martinsburg, West Virginia.... (more)
Many people are not working this snowy Christmas Eve, but as some must, so too does MARC provide service, heading for the sun and Washington Union Station.
Stranger in a foreign land. Thanks to the busiest travel day of the year, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, Northeast railfans are treated to unusual sights with Amtrak leasing commuter rail e... (more)
An inbound MARC commuter pulls into Union Station as busses que on the overpass above shortly before the beginning of rush hour.
These new MARC locomotives are ready to roll. (When MARC decides to accept them, that is.)
On board, evening commuters gather their things as they prepare to disembark at the station in Gaithersburg. For an old shot featuring the same lamps but with a train going eastbound, see #more)