Most MARC service on the Brunswick line terminates in Brunswick, but several trains each day (including this one) continue on to Martinsburg, WV.
Dealing with rush hour traffic on the Beltway is never fun, but it was worth it to see double headed Es on this MARC westbound.
Where else could one see a revenue passenger train led by an E and two Fs in 1992?
A morning MARC train destined for Union Station passes JD Tower, which controlled the junction of the Capital and Alexandria Subdivisions.
68 shoves another train of suburban commuters toward their Washington DC area offices after a brief stop in Greenbelt.
After making it's final stop in Brunswick, P871 back up to Union Station to take another load of passengers from work that evening. P871 is seen here passing the EAS Point of Rocks.
The first train of the snowy evening, P871, sits idle while communters depart the train.
With an Alberta Clipper is full swing, the first passenger train of the evening glides it's way into the Point of Rocks Station. The red work limit boards guard "Track Foreman Jim Kaywood" with h... (more)
Amtrak Holiday Extra 3045 train with a MARC set at Linden.
Passengers on this Brunsick Railroad Days train are getting to travel some rare mileage, this train ran to Millville, WV on the freight-only Shenandoah Sub.
MARC was like a box of chocolates in the summer of 1994...
A MARC logo and renumbering do little to disguise the heritage of this former BN E unit.
One of three blue GP40s on the roster at the time, #32 leads a westbound Brunswick Railroad Days train past the Weverton CPLs.
Leaving Point of Rocks on a foggy morning.
The 3:19pm southbound is a bit late arriving at Martin's Airport.