MARC HHP waiting for its next run.
The sole red nose MARC unit comes shooting up the middle by its lonesome.
A geep peers out in the background as this HHP rolls out of the station.
MARC is the last operator of this locomotive type.
A decade ago these red nosed wide cab GP40s were common power on MARC trains.
A Long Way From Maryland: One of two MARC sets on loan to Amtrak passes through the Edison, New Jersey train station on the the busy Sunday-after-Thanksgiving travel day.
The Forgotten - A former MARC E unit sits in tall weeds at an industrial park in Bensenville, IL on 7/23/17.
"MARC Coaches Arrive at Hunterspoint Ave for the First Time"
Five Sumitomo/ Nippon Sharyo "MARC II" cars sit at Hunterspoint Ave Station shortly after being picked up b... (more)
"MARC Coaches at Harold Interlocking"
Five Sumitomo/ Nippon Sharyo "MARC II" cars sit at Harold Interlocking awaiting pick up by Long Island Rail Road after a 3 hour trip from Washington D... (more)
A westbound MARC Brunswick Line train passes under the Norfolk Southern Hagerstown District at Shenandoah Junction with an ominous sky.
Having loaded the final commuters for the morning, train P880 departs Brunswick, bound for Washington D.C. with cab car #8046 showing the way east.
A rare sight on the MARC, the GP39H2s do occasionally show up as leaders. This former B&O engine is stopped at the Brunswick station during the evening rush.
A one-year-old MARC AEM7 brings a Baltimore-bound train past the unused tower at Bowie, Maryland.
A Washington-bound MARC train rolls into its station stop at Bowie, Maryland on an April day in 1988. Much has changed over the 29 years since this photo was taken. The MARC AEM-7 fleet is on the ... (more)