A rare appearance by the MARC 68 Bloody Nose GP40 on a revenue passenger train. Power shortages saw this unit pressed into service on the MARC Brunswick line in the Summer of 2017.
A rare sight on the MARC, the GP39H2s do occasionally show up as leaders. This former B&O engine is stopped at the Brunswick station during the evening rush.
The end of the work week as commuters from Washington, DC stream into the Brunswick parking lot on a beautiful Autumn evening.
MARC Train 873 slows as it pulls into Brunswick as the Memorial Day weekend begins. Seen in the background are the array of new signals that have taken over for the now abandoned WB tower.
An outbound MARC pulls in on track 1 as a CSX manifest waits on track 3, needing fuel from the rack, for the MARC to unload passengers (at the station behind the photographer's left) and push back... (more)
The first train of the afternoon passenger rush pulls into Brunswick station powered by MARC's newest locomotive.
"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 MARC train passes the Castle at Forest Glen, renovated into the castle look sometime between 1916 and 1922. Its past uses have included a post office, retail store, apartments, hotel, barber, dr... (more)
Train P873 makes a station stop at the beautiful ex-B&O Poit of Rocks station.
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.