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.
The sun reflects off of brand new MARC Multilevel cars.
A hippo with a string of solid bi levels.
MARC P881-20 makes it's station stop at Gaithersburg shortly after pausing to flag the crossing.
Weary commuters disembark into a cold, wet winter.
An afternoon commuter train rolls through Washington Grove.
An afternoon MARC train is photographed at Harpers Ferry.
MARC E-unit no. 91 sits in Riverside Yard in Baltimore, just months after being retired from commuter service.
A MARC E unit is photographed at Lander on the Metropolitan Subdivision.
MARC 56 brings its train to a stop at Gaithersburg.