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.
A pair of MARC F units are away from their normal stomping grounds, leading a passenger special to Cumberland via the former Western Maryland.
For a period of about two weeks, the charred remains of JD Tower stood next to the CSX main. The abandoned tower was then put out of its misery and today very little is left to suggest that JD ev... (more)
One of MARC's three blue GP40s leads a westbound across the Capital Beltway and into Forest Glen.
A MARC bluebonnet leads an F and a short passenger train past the quaint station in Dickerson.
This was MARC's most colorful era, several different paint schemes could be seen on commuter trains, including the blue dip livery worn by #31.
The trailing F unit's days were numbered when this photo was taken. Thirteen years later and #70 is still hauling commuters to and from Washington DC.
Saturday MARC service? Sort of, this train is being run for Brunswick's annual Railroad Days festival.
Typical for 1993, three Es and an F spend the weekend in Brunswick. Less than a year later this scene would change greatly as new EMD GP40WH-2s began arriving.
Not the best looking passenger train in the country, a real mix of paint schemes on this one.
MARC commuter train slowing for its stop in New Carrollton, MD on its way to its final destination--Washington, DC Union Station