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.
Members of the clergy from Brunswick's Grace Episcopal Church await the commuters returning from Washington DC to offer the imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday as part of their Ashes to Go effort... (more)
The first outbound train of the day, MARC P871, is seen here rocketing over I-270 as it approaches its next stop of Metropolitan Grove. #71 is one of 6 (and 1 of 5 active) GP39's on the MARC rost... (more)
Waiting for the next run.
"Snowy Commute:" Slowing for its second to last stop of the evening, MARC P881 arrives at Point of Rocks, MD to unload its passengers into a snow filled station.
An early morning MARC train heads south out of BWI.
Two MARC Meatballs head up this evening commuter train boarding for an on time departure.
A MARC train rolls into NCR as a WMATA Orange line train head into the yard.
An evening MARC train runs west on no. 2 track through Rockville, past an eastbound Metro train on the parallel WMATA Red Line. Photographed from the Indianola Drive overpass.
A westbound MARC train rolls through the interlocking at Derwood on CSX's Metropolitan Subdivision.
Pushing into BWI, passengers waiting on the opposite platform watch this MARC train slow to a stop.
Pulling into BWI on a fine summer evening.