P881, the last MARC train for the night arrives at the Caperton Station in Martinsburg, WV with a Siemens SC-44 Charger #82 locomotive doing the duties on what is believed to be the first revenue ... (more)
An inaugural revenue run of Siemens SC-44 Charger MARC 82 on the Brunswick Line. Shown arriving Brunswick en route to its final destination of Martinsburg, West Virginia.
"Snowy Commute:" Slowing for its second to last stop of the evening, MARC P881 arrives at Point of Rocks, MD to unload its passengers into a snow filled station.
After beginning his day nearly 14 hours ago at the peak of the morning commuter rush, a single passenger crosses the right of way, as the second to last train of the evening commuter rush disappea... (more)
The last train for Martinsburg heads past Brunswick Yard in the last golden rays of May.
Another MARC pulls in on a Friday with passengers about to head for their homes and their weekends. The train will actually block the street and some passengers will get off right at the crossing ... (more)
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)
The last daylight run out of DC stops at the historic B&O station in Point of Rocks to allow Capital Commuters to head home.
On board, evening commuters gather their things as they prepare to disembark at the station in Gaithersburg. For an old shot featuring the same lamps but with a train going eastbound, see #more)
Late day westbound P881 splits the signals at Point of Rocks.
The final rays of sunlight catch a westbound MARC train as it passes what may be the prettiest station in North America.
MARC commuter train P881 speeds past WB Tower bringing home commuters from Washington DC at the end of a day.