Amtrak typically borrows two sets of equipment from both NJ Transit and MARC to handle the increased traffic load on the Northeast Corridor the Sunday after Thanksgiving. The first of two eastbou... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph
A Roger Puta photograph.
The end of the work week as commuters from Washington, DC stream into the Brunswick parking lot on a beautiful Autumn evening.
Making its station stop at New Carrollton
Washington Metro's Orange Line in the foreground
MARC, MARC, everywhere!
Hippo coming into BWI.
Ready to head to the pit.
The Last of its Kind
While spending some time watching trains at Amtrak's station in Perryville, MD an unexpected Amtrak engine move came through the station with MARC 68 leadi... (more)
Lucky number 13! The third Brunswick train of the Friday afternoon rush scoots through the Derwood Dip on a Clear.
A westbound Maryland Area Rail Commuter train crosses the Potomac River after exiting Harpers Ferry Tunnel into brilliant afternoon sunshine at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, on April 24, 1996.
The one and only bloody nose left on the roster is head out on this train. If you're lucky you can catch it when it comes into town for routine maintenance.
Laying over in Washington Union Station.