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.
The sole wide cab geep still on the roster normally camps out at the Odenton facility standing ready on protect duty, but still makes its way into town now and again.
New Charger rolling into DC - this one has yet to get the nose logo.
MARC is the only railroad you'll find an HHP in operation on today.
An increasingly rare sight with a GP39-2 leading a MARC train past Brunswick to Martinsburg. Shown approaching Harpers Ferry leading the P879 bringing commuters from Washington DC to the suburbs.
An increasingly rare sight with MARC 70 GP39-2 leading the P877 bringing commuters from Washington DC to the suburbs. Shown stopping at the beautiful Point of Rocks station.
MARC cab car 7745 leading Amtrak's Empire Service train 252.
Brand new MARC power.
A MARC HHP sits near a batch of freshly trued Amfleet wheels.
A MARC MP36 is in the company of several Amtrak ACS-64s.
Once common, now rare... This particular unit has been off the roster for a number of years and only one sister unit remains relegated to protect duty.
Check out that rear end light package!
New MARC Charger #83 waits with a train for the evening rush as a passenger engrossed in her phone heads down the platform paying no attention to the new locomotive.
New MARC Charger #83 sits ready to haul a revenue train, amid a mix of other equipment.