Camden Line MARC trains wait out the weekend at Riverside Yard on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
A MARC GP39H-2 pushes this DC-bound train across the Thomas Viaduct on a chilly December morning.
A northbound MARC commuter train crosses the Thomas Viaduct on a crisp December morning.
A full load of commuters heads north out of DC on a Friday evening. One of these bi-level trains can easily accommodate over 1000 passengers.
Southbound MARC commuter train being pushed by a GP40WH-2. You haven't seen a Geep move until you've seen one blasting by at 90 MPH on the NEC.
This westbound MARC includes old Chicago bi-level gallery cars. These low-door cars, part of MARC's effort to meet capacity demand within budget, can only be used on the Brunswick Line, which has... (more)
A southbound MARC train passes under the new CSX signal bridge at Lansdowne as it makes its way out of Baltimore on a sunny Tuesday evening.
This northbound MARC train heads into Baltimore on a sunny Tuesday evening.
Northbound MARC commuter train heading for Baltimore.
Southbound out of Baltimore in push-mode ahead of GP40WH-2 No. 52, this short commuter train heads back toward DC on a warm spring Thursday evening.
Northbound MARC train passes a waiting CSX merchandise train at about 0800 on a snowy Friday morning.
MARC 55 pushes commuters southbound on this sunny Friday morning.
You don't see this every morning. Two wide cab GP40s push a load of commuters south toward Washington DC.
Northbound MARC train, running wrong main, passes a waiting northbound CSX merchandise train at Relay Junction.
Northbound MARC commuter train approaching the outskirts of Baltimore.