R191 rolls through Jessup, MD by the Maryland House of Correction Facility, nicknamed 'The Cut' (because The B&O railroad 'cut' through the property), in May 1995. Demolition of the former prison ... (more)
Speeding north towards Baltimore, #22 has train #844 rolling right along at track-speed.
Built in 1968 for the Penn Central as their 3243, MARC #72 started life as an EMD GP40. After it's stint with Conrail, the unit was transformed into it's current form, and designated a GP39H-2.
SD40-2 8198 sits in Jessup Yard with the Maryland House of Corrections in the background.
The high priority empty "Salad Shooter" Q091, is seen here flying through the West end of Jessup Yard, rerouted via Baltimore due to a massive derailment in Fonda, NY. Not only is the train itsel... (more)
Q249 with a pair of NS units, yards it's Baltimore freight at Jessup, where it will pickup it's empty autorack train for the trip west.
Q249 is seen here doubling onto its first cut of empty autoracks at the Jessup Auto Facility. Veteran B&O CPL's are still barely hanging on here and will be down by the end of this Spring. The n... (more)
Curtis Bay-Grafton, WV empties approach the Montevideo Road crossing just east of the Jessup MARC station.
Pre-MARC commuter service in Maryland
This northbound MARC train picks up speed after stopping at the Savage station. The southbound train in the distance slows at it approaches Savage.
A northbound MARC train passes the CSXT yard at Jessup.
On its way North, MARC E9 #64 pauses at Jessup, MD.
The 64, which was purchased during a motive power shortage, began life as CB&Q 9939A and later was BN 9902. It survives at the St. Louis Museum... (more)
A westbound train of empty autoracks is leaving the CSX (B&O) yard at Jessup, Maryland.