A MARC train crawls by WB Tower on a July evening in 1995.
A westbound MARC train rolls through the interlocking at Derwood on CSX's Metropolitan Subdivision.
A displaced BN E unit racks up a few more miles in commuter service, rushing evening commuters through western Montgomery County.
Northbound crossing the Susquehanna River.
A MARC logo and renumbering do little to disguise the heritage of this former BN E unit.
Not the best looking passenger train in the country, a real mix of paint schemes on this one.
A Marc-bonet, westbound, leads "the Blue Ridge" into Harpers Ferry Station. Tie replacement on #1 track forced westbounds onto the eastbound main.
After just passing through the High Rock signals, this MARC commuter train rounds the bend that leads to the east portal of the Catoctin Tunnel. "Next stop, Brunswick......"
Commuter train returns to East Yard from Frederick station.
A northbound MARC commuter train arrives while a Metro light rail train sits at the station next to the Amtrak / MARC station.
MARC #65 accelerates while pushing the last morning train for Washington D.C.
A westbound MARC train accelerates out of the Point of Rocks station. The line splitting off to the left is the CSX Old Main Line Sub, the original B&O line into Baltimore.
A then recently-acquired former Burlington Northern E9A does the honors on the point of MARC P871-02, as it rolls by the WB Interlocking Tower.