Kicking up the snow on a crisp morning.
The MARC 7100 sits in front of Camden Station, which was restored in 1992 and now houses a sports museum. The Bromo Seltzer Tower is seen on the upper left.
Slowing for its station stop
Commuters carefully cross track A to get to the platform at Halethorpe during an awful snow storm.
Blizzard-like conditions didn't keep the trains from running. A southbound MARC passes workers trying their best to keep platforms clear.
"Movin' Along:" With the new passengers tucked away, MARC train P874 throttles up at Point of Rocks, MD as it hustles eastbound towards Washington D.C.See more photos on my F... (more)
A westbound MARC commuter train stops at Gaithersburg, MD on CSX's Metropolitan Subdivision.
"Transitions:" As the night turns to day, MARC train P892 transitions from the Old Main Line to the Metropolitan Subdivision at Point of Rock, pushing morning commuters from Frederic... (more)
A Washington D.C. bound MARC commuter train rounds the curve at Bailey's Wye on a beautiful summer afternoon.
MARC pulls into BWI as a test train with a new ACS-64 passes on track 3.
An inbound MARC commuter train arrives at Camden Station in Baltimore on a summer evening.
Speeding north towards Baltimore, #22 has train #844 rolling right along at track-speed.
Built in 1968 for the Penn Central as their 3243, MARC #72 started life as an EMD GP40. After it's stint with Conrail, the unit was transformed into it's current form, and designated a GP39H-2.