Two MARC trains are neck and neck on the inbound and one is outbound. If you count the WMATA red line train in the background it's a 4 in 1.
The lone ranger of red nose MARC locomotives is about to depart on a revenue run.
MARC equipment laying over in the station.
MARC engine 18 pushes as cab car 7750 leads MARC P855 through the St. Denis MARC station.
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.
A Camden Station bound MARC commuter train is photographed under the CPL signal bridge at Ridgely St.
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)
A Baltimore-bound MARC train passes Landover Tower on the Northeast Corridor.
An afternoon MARC commuter train, on its way from Riverside Yard to Camden Station, passes up a CSX grain train on the Locust Point Subdivision. Photographed from the I-395 overpass.
MARC 431 rolls through Ivy City in Washington, D.C. as it nears Union Station.
Arriving at Gaithersburg
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.