A MARC train crawls by WB Tower on a July evening in 1995.
Three of the MBTA's ex. MARC GP40WH-2's get their beauty sleep on Seaview rails, under watchful eyes at the Port of Davisville.
Photo Taken by Railroad Employee.
The lone ranger of red nose MARC locomotives is about to depart on a revenue run.
An evening MARC commuter train makes its station stop at Laurel amidst the swirling snow.
MARC 57 shoves east toward Brunswick Yard on the evening of July 3rd, 1995.
The one and only red nose left on the system made its way over the road yet another time. This unit is normally used for protect and is rarely seen in action. All sister units were sold. some w... (more)
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)
Fish Out Of Water. Looking somewhat forlorn with an MBTA decal replacing her now-gone MARC lettering, an ex-MARC unit on lease to MBTA leaves North Station.
Arrival in Shirley. 419 arrives in at the very small Shirley Station with a leased ex. MARC GP40WH-2 in the lead. The MBTA is getting their money's worth out of these units, as they are get... (more)
MBTA 1409 outbound towards Fitchburg.
A MARC train from Fredrick starts around the wye at Point of Rocks as it heads towards Washington.