The sole red nose MARC unit comes shooting up the middle by its lonesome.
It's very early in the morning, but this Acela passenger already has a jump on the day with laptop open and coffee at arm's length.
Peak autumn foliage on Halloween, with a sparkling clean Sprinter leading this Northeast Regional into the station. If you look close, you'll see the first car is the 9800.
Like a bug drawn to light, someone just has to stand on the yellow line. The engineer blows the horn as a warning, and it distracts the man from his phone long enough to decide to back away. Appa... (more)
A nice, warm and colorful fall day.
A Northeast Regional makes its station stop at dusk as a BWI airport shuttle bus gets snarled by some folks parked where they're not supposed to be.
"Hello and goodbye." A Northeast Regional passes the Vermonter, both with AEM-7s. A year later these locomotives would all be retired.
Zoom pan of the 928 rolling into BWI on a blustery winter day.
One inbound, one outbound.
With the Amtrak AEM-7s operating in MARC service having been decommissioned, P42's lend a hand.
A heavy snow falls as the frozen toaster is determined to make it to DC.
Acela Express from the parking garage.
Old meets new - with only three Amtrak AEM-7s left (all in MARC service) there aren't many opportunities to catch a meet like this.
The 527 is throttled up and moving at a good clip as it heads solo on a solo mission.
Northeast Regional, arriving track 1.