The lone ranger red nosed Geep along with a rather rare HHP share a platform.
The sole red nose MARC unit comes shooting up the middle by its lonesome.
The lone ranger still going strong.
Is THAT our train? Nope. Some passengers waiting for a train get a rare surprise with MARC 68 heading back to Odenton MW Base after performing protect duties.
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)
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.
An afternoon commuter train rolls through Washington Grove.
The lone ranger of red nose MARC locomotives is about to depart on a revenue run.
The one and only red nose left on the system made its way over the road yet another time. This unit is normally used for protect and is rarely seen in action. All sister units were sold. some w... (more)
A MARC outbound train is ready to roll from Washington Union Station as GP39H-2 73 rests on the right after shoving an inbound push-pull into the station. The E8 (actually upgraded to E9 specs) be... (more)
Over the course of the past few years, the MARC roster has been entirely expunged of their once mainstay GP40WH-2's. Now in 2013, the last unit standing is the MARC 68, which has been relegated t... (more)
Brunswick looked a little like Aurora, IL on this Novemeber evening in 1993.
MARC train P875 makes its stop at Point of Rocks with the bi-level cars in tow.
Westbound MARC train P875 arrives at Point of Rocks.