Martinsburg, West Virginia, bound P877 rolls pass WB tower. In the distance P875 is taking on fuel and water before yarding for the night.
WB commuter train at Point of Rocks outbound from Washington D.C.
MARC 877 arrives at the newly restored Harpers Ferry Station as other railfans enjoy a beautiful spring afternoon.
CSX P877 carrys commuters and foamers home from a day's work in Washington DC. Pictured here at the subdivision change point from the Metropolitan to Cumberland Sub.
A Martinsburg, WV, bound Marc commuter train rolls past the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority's Red Line Takoma Park station.
Westbound P877 helps show the size of this tunnel opening. The West portal of the Harpers Ferry Tunnel has 3 tracks but the East portal only has 2. There is a switch for the Shenandoah Sub. just i... (more)
Westbound at the Hobbs signal. - Click Here for another MARC shot taken with a different lens.
MARC commuter train 51 makes a stop at the Point of Rocks train station.
View from Harpers Ferry station platform over Potomac River (section now closed by CSXT)
There's no stopping at Germantown for P877, this train only makes two stops between DC and Point of Rocks.
Marc Train P875 stops to unload evening commuters. This train has several of the old C&NW bi-level coaches in its consist.
Repositioning commuter power northward on a MARC down day. The homeless man trying to stay warm on a breezy cold morning reminds me how lucky I am to be able to afford the luxury of railfanning.
MARC equipment move with 3 engines and a string of cars heads east to Washington from out of Brunswick Yard late on a Saturday.