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Photo ID: 679329

One look at the front end of a Loram Railvac unit lets one know that this was an engineer's dream to design. It looks like a cross between a MAD MAX and a Dr. Seuss creation.

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: Loram Railvac
Location: Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
Locomotive #: LRV 14
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 27, 2014


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By: BUFFIE

Added: Dec 01, 2018

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Photo ID: 475654

Looking like something out of a Dr. Seuss book, this Loram Railvac sits on a siding in Fort Collins, waiting for the next assignment.

Railroad: Loram
Locomotive: Loram Railvac
Location: Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
Locomotive #: LRV 14
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 27, 2014


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By: BUFFIE

Added: Mar 29, 2014

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Photo ID: 184905

Loram RailVac working with CP MoW crews at Duplainville.

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: Loram RailVac
Location: Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: April 21, 2007


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By: Midwest Rails

Added: Apr 22, 2007

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Photo ID: 108845

Now here's a rail machine that really "sucks." The LORAM Railvac vaccuums up ballast before the MoW replaces the old ties. You can see that there is an R/C operator controlling the hose.

Railroad: LORAM
Locomotive: LORAM Railvac
Location: Downers Grove, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: LMIX 505
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: June 07, 2005


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By: Joe LeMay

Added: Jun 07, 2005

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