An increasingly rare sight with a GP39-2 leading a MARC train past Brunswick to Martinsburg. Shown approaching Harpers Ferry leading the P879 bringing commuters from Washington DC to the suburbs.
Built in 1968 for the Penn Central as their 3243, MARC #72 started life as an EMD GP40. After it's stint with Conrail, the unit was transformed into it's current form, and designated a GP39H-2.
A commuter train crosses Randolph Road. Plans are being formed to elevate the road over the tracks at this location, as part of a "Montrose East" corridor; Montrose West is already completed, mak... (more)
With an Alberta Clipper is full swing, the first passenger train of the evening glides it's way into the Point of Rocks Station. The red work limit boards guard "Track Foreman Jim Kaywood" with h... (more)
A MARC GP39H-2 pushes this DC-bound train across the Thomas Viaduct on a chilly December morning.
MARC 72 and 54 with a special train to the Autumn Festival.
Two SD50s from Riverside hold at Leadenhall St. while P853 makes his move to Camden Station.
Prior to the afternoon rush, an eastbound MARC train makes a brief stop at Gaithersburg.