A northbound MARC throttles up out of Baltimore as a sister train idles in the station.
Former F7 MARC 7100 leads a midday commuter train into Washington's Union Station.
After departing Baltimore's Penn Station, Marc 57 pushes its train southbound through B&P Tunnel.
Last of its kind.. A locomotive that once dominated the MARC commuter fleet, similar to today's Amtrak's AEM-7's, MARC GP40WH-2 No. 69 sits in standby service at the Amtrak Ivy City locomotive com... (more)
Still looking brand new! Photo taken with permission.
A MARC local is overtaken by an Amtrak Northeast Regional at Bowie.
These cabs were once the standard, but desk top controls seem to have become the new norm. Photo taken with permission.
MARC 73 waits with its train, staged in track 30 for a track to become available to load passengers and bring them home.
This MARC veteran takes a break between shuttling commuters to/from work.
The single level MARC coaches have 2+3 seating and the seats say "MARC" a bunch of times on them as part of the pattern.
A healthy snow blows around Union Station on this blustery March morning.
Got sand? Yep!
Scrub a dub dub! The huge smoke stack in the background belongs to an old power plant in Washington Terminal.
After beginning his day nearly 14 hours ago at the peak of the morning commuter rush, a single passenger crosses the right of way, as the second to last train of the evening commuter rush disappea... (more)
Brunswick Railroad Festival