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.
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)
MARC commuter train slowing for its stop in New Carrollton, MD on its way to its final destination--Washington, DC Union Station
Westbound MARC commuter train making its stop at the historic Point Of Rocks B & O station on a beautiful crisp, clear mid October afternoon
Out of the rain, MARC 69 approaches the depot at Brunswick with commuters who got off a little bit early today.
Upon close inspection it appears the engineer of this MARC train is an urban cowboy complete with a matching hat pictured exiting the Harpers Ferry tunnel with suburban bound commuters
After just passing through the High Rock signals, this MARC commuter train rounds the bend that leads to the east portal of the Catoctin Tunnel. "Next stop, Brunswick......"
This northbound MARC train picks up speed after stopping at the Savage station. The southbound train in the distance slows at it approaches Savage.
A northbound MARC train passes the CSXT yard at Jessup.
A westbound MARC train eases into the station at Germantown.
As usual, I came hoping to catch freight trains, but caught only MARC trains. Oh well, any train is better than no train.