Oh, so now you want to see me? MARC 4913 (HHP-8, Bombardier) is a member of a class of engine once reviled by railfans and mechanics alike, but now sought after by photographers because of their l... (more)
An original Kodachrome slide form my collection; the photographer was not specified.
A MARC train passes through Halethorpe Station.
Northbound MARC commuter train rolls across Thomas Viaduct on the original B&O mainline between Baltimore & Washington D.C.
A rather interesting mix of equipment... MARC's newest (SC44) and their HHP electric sit next to visiting NCDOT heritage coaches.
MARC still calls on these geeps for passenger duty, however the newer electric on the background has been put to pasture.
At the bumping post.
The MARC lineup at the yard in Brunswick, Maryland includes a set of RDC’s and three conventional trains. The F9PHA began life as Baltimore & Ohio F7A 937, and is now Norfolk Southern F9A 4270.
A pair of MARC RDC’s spends the weekend in Brunswick, Maryland. On Monday morning, they will head to Martinsburg to begin their revenue journey to Washington.
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.
A small spot of morning sunlight opens on MARC AEM7 4903 as it departs Bowie, Maryland with a Washington-bound train.
A Washington-bound MARC train passes the boarded-up tower at Bowie, Maryland.
6 in 1! Hard to do outside of a yard of station. In a rare instance, all 5 throat tracks of WUT are occupied, and even a WMATA Metro train is passing.
MARC AEM7 4903, with the first afternoon "Penn Line" train to Baltimore, departing Washington Union Station. The AEM7 was built in 12/1986 and delivered to MARC in 01/1987. The passenger... (more)
Arriving at BWI