Sitting tied down in St. Albans for Easter Sunday, is one of Loram's Railgrinder train-sets. This piece of equipment is ran by Loram crews, with a CSX engineer "pilot," along with a CSX roadmaster... (more)
The sparks and smoke are flying as the south rail of this curve is ground back to the proper profile. I've seen these machines parked in various places or in transit, but it's something else to s... (more)
One of Loram's impressive rail grinding machines makes its way into Brooten, working westbound on Canadian Pacific tracks.
Blowing smoke coupled with flying sparks and chunks of iron indicate the passage of the Loram Rail Grinder is imminent. 'RG 8' creeps through Provo along Rio Grande's eastward main track at less t... (more)
Two workers watch intently as Loram rail grinder no. RG302 makes a pass on a curved section of track on the BNSF in Algoma, Idaho (near Sandpoint). Note the spare grinding wheels hung up on the si... (more)
The 2 power houses of the famous Loram Rail Grinder sit quietly together on a snowy December afternoon.
RG 311 is enroute back to the States after spending a few weeks resurfacing the Galt, Mactier, North Toronto, Hamilton, and Windsor Subdivisions.
As “the blue hour” settles in at dusk on the cold winter day of February 15, 1992, a Loram rail grinder slowly works its way west through Pewaukee, Wisconsin, on Soo Line’s former Milwaukee Road m... (more)
An LMIX Caboose protects the rear end of this rail grinding equipment as the crew prepares to depart for CP Park.
It's a unseasonably warm winter day in Northern Indiana and it's a great day for rail grinding as a brand new (built 10/11) Loram grinder works east on the old Nickel Plate Road.
The Loram rail grinder sits at the intersection of York and Irving Park Road, in Bensenville.
Loram rail grinder sits in the back track at Portage.
After a day of work the the Loram railgrinder takes a rest as a worker prepares to set the derail ahead of the units.