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.
An increasingly rare sight with MARC 70 GP39-2 leading the P877 bringing commuters from Washington DC to the suburbs. Shown stopping at the beautiful Point of Rocks station.
A Washington D.C. bound MARC commuter train rounds the curve at Bailey's Wye on a beautiful summer afternoon.
Waiting for the next run.
Brunswick, MD 1/24/2009 - As the sun sets over the CSX Brunswick yard, communter locomotives for the MARC commuter rail wait for their next Monday morning assignment hauling passengers to Washingt... (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.
A couple other fans take advantage of a nice August evening to photograph this westbound MARC train.
The trailing F unit's days were numbered when this photo was taken. Thirteen years later and #70 is still hauling commuters to and from Washington DC.
A westbound MARC train slows to a stop at Germantown.
P873 backs off onto the fuel track after unloading it's passengers. Canon EOS 10D w/ 70-200mm F/4L lens. 1/400 sec. @ F/8.
MARC 70 is still in the curve, short of the POR home signal, because of thunderstorm caused problems. Nikon D70.