The MARC lineup at the yard in Brunswick, Maryland includes a set of RDC’s and three conventional trains. The F9PHA began life as Baltimore & Ohio F7A 937, and is now Norfolk Southern F9A 4270.
A pair of MARC RDC’s spends the weekend in Brunswick, Maryland. On Monday morning, they will head to Martinsburg to begin their revenue journey to Washington.
A westbound MARC train approached its station stop at the small depot in Dickerson, Maryland. The loco was rebuilt from Penn Central/Conrail GP40 3062.
A small spot of morning sunlight opens on MARC AEM7 4903 as it departs Bowie, Maryland with a Washington-bound train.
A Washington-bound MARC train passes the boarded-up tower at Bowie, Maryland.
6 in 1! Hard to do outside of a yard of station. In a rare instance, all 5 throat tracks of WUT are occupied, and even a WMATA Metro train is passing.
MARC AEM7 4903, with the first afternoon "Penn Line" train to Baltimore, departing Washington Union Station. The AEM7 was built in 12/1986 and delivered to MARC in 01/1987. The passenger... (more)
Arriving at BWI
Still in service; arriving at BWI
Being assisted by MARC 73
Compare and contrast two modern Siemens products, one diesel-electric, the other electric.
MARC Chargers have been getting nose decals and they make a big improvement to the aesthetics.