Making its final stop of the day MARC P879 rolls into the Martinsburg Station under the pedestrian walkway in the days fading light. The station and walkway are being cohabitated into a Childrens ... (more)
Coming out of the Perryville station siding and out onto the Susquehanna River Bridge.
Another MARC pulls in on a Friday with passengers about to head for their homes and their weekends. The train will actually block the street and some passengers will get off right at the crossing ... (more)
The big picture - A Northbound Marc commuter train exits the Baltimore and Potomac tunnel en route to Penn Station just ahead. To the right under the large stone arch of the North Ave. bridge lea... (more)
MARC 12 heading west with the evening commuters
MARC engine 21 heads west to Martinsburg WV. Norfolk Western bridge can be seen in the background
A modern day B&O EA unit finds itself on the NEC on former Pennsy tracks as it exits the B&P Tunnel (built in 1873 for the Baltimore & Potomac Railway). Destination: Penn Station just a few minut... (more)
The aftermath of the collision between Amtrak 29 and Marc P286 in 1996. The wreck claimed eleven lives.
MARC Train 873 slows as it pulls into Brunswick as the Memorial Day weekend begins. Seen in the background are the array of new signals that have taken over for the now abandoned WB tower.
Marc engine 28 heads to the fuel pad for evening service after it's last run of the evening
MARC DC AEM7's 4902 and 4901 bring up the rear of train 523(12) as it departs Martin Airport Station on number 1 track en-route to Baltimore.
1st evening train is seen about 2 miles from it's final stop of the night bathed in nice sun
Brunswick, MD 4/19/2012 - It's been a long day at work and a long train ride from Washington, D.C. as these commuters walk towards their cars and the final leg of their travel home. This ritual ta... (more)
"East on 2, Clear Harpers Ferry" One of three early morning MARC commuter trains from the West Virginia panhandle, proceeds eastward towards DC after making a stop at Harpers Ferry.<... (more)