With a mix of Maryland DOT and Baltimore and Ohio RDC cars, train 39 from Washington DC travels through Forest Glen MD on a beautiful spring day. I think the second car came from the Roger William... (more)
Amtrak's Blue Ridge from Washington DC to Martinsburg WV, the first non Northeast Corridor train to receive Amfleet cars is seen here shortly after leaving the capital as it heads through Forest G... (more)
Red Eyes at Night, Railfan's Delight! This is actually an empty movement inbound to Washington Union Station to pick up a second set of commuters with the same equipment.
Just a few minutes from Washington, 29 sprints through the Maryland suburbs on the eve of the summer solstice.
Summer 1992, it seemed like anything could turn up on the point of MARC trains - CSX and MARC F units, Es, CSX GP40-2s, Budd Cars, and for a very short while an Amtrak GP40TC!
The journey to the distant suburbs of Washington DC has just begun as MARC 60 heads west through Forest Glen. I've been told that a few years ago this engine and a few other Es went to Brewster, ... (more)
Dealing with rush hour traffic on the Beltway is never fun, but it was worth it to see double headed Es on this MARC westbound.
One of MARC's three blue GP40s leads a westbound across the Capital Beltway and into Forest Glen.
A MARC train passes the Castle at Forest Glen, renovated into the castle look sometime between 1916 and 1922. Its past uses have included a post office, retail store, apartments, hotel, barber, dr... (more)