MARC 71 pulls in for a station stop at the historic Point of Rocks station to drop off the commuters from Washington DC.
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.
MARC equipment laying over in the station.
The first outbound train of the day, MARC P871, is seen here rocketing over I-270 as it approaches its next stop of Metropolitan Grove. #71 is one of 6 (and 1 of 5 active) GP39's on the MARC rost... (more)
The modified standard cab geep pushes a mid day commuter train out of Baltimore, and glides under those classic CPL signals.
Inbound to Camden Yards, rolling under that "perfect" CPL.
A colorful MARC painted GP39H-2 leads a commuter train into Camden Station, passing by a photogenic B&O CPL.
The last daylight run out of DC stops at the historic B&O station in Point of Rocks to allow Capital Commuters to head home.
Late day westbound P881 splits the signals at Point of Rocks.
The final rays of sunlight catch a westbound MARC train as it passes what may be the prettiest station in North America.