A "ghost" E-Unit at Brunswick. (Rebuilt EMD E9AM; built as IC 4023 E8A, April, 1951.) The MARC station was designed by Ephraim Francis Baldwin, and opened in 1891.
A Baltimore-bound MARC train passes Landover Tower on the Northeast Corridor.
"Burgh Boy" shoots MARC train P873 at the Point of Rocks station.
The first train of the afternoon passenger parade P873 makes it final stop of the day at Brunswick.
MARC P873 approaches Point of Rocks. For Dad's shot at the station, check out: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=295087&nseq=2
The afternoon's first outbound trip from DC passes the historic station at Point of Rocks.
A westbound MARC train stops at the Harpers Ferry Station.
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)
There's nothing like fresh snow and a red leader! CP and CN don't come by here much, but MARC runs 5 days a week!
MARC 60 pulls up to the Dickerson station with an afternoon commuter. Five inches of snow awaits piled on the cars of the commuters about to disembark.
Where else could one see a revenue passenger train led by an E and two Fs in 1992?
The last wave of commuters arrive at Harpers Ferry after a soggy and snowy day working in the Washington, DC, area.
For a short period, MARC leased 3 ex NJT E8's from Omni Locomotive Leasing. Only #60 was put into service.