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Dorsey (MARC station)

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Dorsey (MARC station)

MARC commuter rail station
Dorsey Station from the parking lot
Location 7000 Route 100
Dorsey, MD 21076
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Connections Bus transport MTA Bus 201
Bus transportHoward Transit Purple, Silver
Parking Yes
Disabled access Yes
Preceding station   MARC   Following station
toward Union Station
Camden Line
toward Camden Station
  Former services  
Baltimore and Ohio
Main Line

Dorsey is a passenger rail station on the MARC Camden Line between Washington, DC and Baltimore's Camden Station.[1] The station is located at Exit 7 on Maryland Route 100, a.k.a.; the Paul T. Pitcher Memorial Highway.[2] It was built by MARC as a replacement for a former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad station located next to a 14-foot-10-inch (4.52 m) clearance bridge over Maryland Route 103. The former B&O station site is now a condominium development.

Nearby places and attractions


  1. ^ MARC station list (includes Dorsey) MARC official website
  2. ^ Eastbound Maryland 100 at Exit 7, Dorsey Station. Photo taken May 31, 2004 (AA

External links

  • Dorsey station official website
  • TrainWeb images
    • Platforms beneath MD 100 Bridge
    • Station Building; December 2000
  • Station from Highway 100 from Google Maps Street View

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