I was greeted with a friendly wave from the engineer of this early morning commuter train. This train is in push mode heading east to Union Station in Washington D.C.
An afternoon outbound commuter train from DC arrives at its last stop at Brunswick. The station, tower, and CPLs still stand as a testament to the B&O.
WB commuter train at Point of Rocks outbound from Washington D.C.
As the last MARC train of the day heads west, disembarked passengers head for their cars across the tracks, by street, pedestrian crossing, or even across the rails. [The distant cars are the end... (more)
MARC E9 92 makes its first runs at IRM, but it was being pushed by MILW 760.
MARC commuter train heads back east after detraining passengers at the Brunswick, MD station on a clear December afternoon.
Thanksgiving Weekend additional working arrives in Wilmington viewed from an unopened parking lot
Three of these things belong together. Three of these things are kind of the same. MARC Geep's sit idle for the weekend after a hard week hauling commuters between the suburbs of Maryland and Wash... (more)
The rear of a MARC excursion train enters Hitchcock Tunnel as it descends Seventeen Mile Grade.
An older MARC cab unit leads a recently acquired MARC Bonnet, westbound on the Metropolitan Sub.
The journey to the distant suburbs of Washington DC has just begun as MARC 60 heads west through Forest Glen. I've been told that a few years ago this engine and a few other Es went to Brewster, ... (more)
Rolling into the station.
A Marcbonnet leads the early afternoon run to Brunswick, Maryland.
There's nothing like fresh snow and a red leader! CP and CN don't come by here much, but MARC runs 5 days a week!
MARC 60 pulls up to the Dickerson station with an afternoon commuter. Five inches of snow awaits piled on the cars of the commuters about to disembark.