A MARC train from Fredrick starts around the wye at Point of Rocks as it heads towards Washington.
A MARC service heads through the start of the 2010 Mid Atlantic Blizzard. These locomotives have since been replaced.
Except for the MARC refueling spur the Metropolitan Sub rails are completely covered with 30+ inches of snow following the Blizzard of 2010.
Operators view from HF Tower. Normally P871 runs on Friday's only to Brunswick, Maryland, from Washington, DC, but today being a holiday the train made a special run to Martinsburg, West Virginia.... (more)
MARC train P875 makes its stop at Point of Rocks with the bi-level cars in tow.
"Burgh Boy" shoots MARC train P873 at the Point of Rocks station.
The first train of the afternoon passenger parade P873 makes it final stop of the day at Brunswick.
MARC P873 approaches Point of Rocks. For Dad's shot at the station, check out: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=295087&nseq=2
Westbound MARC train P875 arrives at Point of Rocks.
The afternoon's first outbound trip from DC passes the historic station at Point of Rocks.
P871 meets a hi-rail truck as he makes his last station stop in Brunswick.