Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Evening train

Brunswick, Maryland 

Brunswick is a railroad town. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad arrived in 1834 and by 1907 the B&O had completed the largest freight classification yard in the country in Brunswick. In 1974 the B&O reached an agreement with the Maryland Department of Transportation to subsidize its unprofitable passenger service and this agreement evolved into the present day Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC) train which provides passenger service to Brunswick.

Above, the westbound MARC train pulls into the Brunswick station on the evening of October 19th.


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