With a steady light rain falling, MARC 22 idles at the Harpers Ferry Station stop, on its second to last station stop of the evening.
Brand new and getting pelted with heavy snow during the Blizzard of 2010.
The new face of MARC leads a mid day commuter train into downtown Baltimore on the Camden line.
The modified standard cab geep pushes a mid day commuter train out of Baltimore, and glides under those classic CPL signals.
Inbound to Camden Yards, rolling under that "perfect" CPL.
A commuter train crosses Randolph Road. Plans are being formed to elevate the road over the tracks at this location, as part of a "Montrose East" corridor; Montrose West is already completed, mak... (more)
The CPL signals at Jessup will also soon become a thing of the past. It appears CSX is moving on removing all the CPL's on the Capital Subdivision. It is sad indeed, as they are aspects of Marylan... (more)
The CSX belt line approaches Baley's Wye in downtown Baltimore. I've always amused by the large Geico sign.
The 7:29 MARC Camden line to Baltimore arrives into Dorsey MD. The B&O CPL's will soon be gone from here sadly.
I'm late, I'm late, a late passenger watches MARC 22 pull into Dorsey. Fortunately, the long platform will allow the train to clear the walk way and this man to reach his train.
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.