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Garrett Park (MARC station)

Garrett Park
MARC commuter rail station
The Garrett Park station, facing Martinsburg-bound towards the shelter moved from Landover in July 2012.
Station statistics
Address 11015 Rokeby Avenue
Garrett Park, MD 20852
Coordinates

39°02′20″N 77°05′37″W / 39.0389°N 77.0936°W / 39.0389; -77.0936Coordinates: 39°02′20″N 77°05′37″W / 39.0389°N 77.0936°W / 39.0389; -77.0936

Line(s)
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking 22 Spaces
Services
Park & Ride
Preceding station   MARC   Following station
Brunswick Line

Garrett Park MARC station is a commuter rail station in Garrett Park, Maryland. It is a stop on the Brunswick Line.

Train service

The MARC Train makes eight full stops at Garrett Park. The train also makes two flag stops. The station has no building but it does have a small shelter. Tickets can be bought on the train.

Platform

The platform is concrete with a shelter on the Washington-bound side. It is long enough to enable 3 single level cars to stop at the platform, although only one set of doors is used to board/unload. The shelter was from the old Landover station.

Parking

There are 22 parking spaces. Parking is also available on the neighborhood street.

Sources

  • MARC schedule

External links

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