LORAM GP9 DC-1 sits at Mile 6 of the Western Edge of the North Toronto Sub.
Not to many trains are able to maintain track speed up Neys Hill
This is bound for Toronto Agincourt for ballest removal
At MP 94, CP crosses over the Steel River, then through a tall rock cut and followed by the Steel Tunnel. CP #RMS-DC 1, conveyor, caboose-12 axles @ 12:00
This machine digs ballest from the right of way to make ditches. They are running light from Winnipeg to Toronto.
RG 311 sits in Brunswick after grinding the Rockland branch the night before. Not a comman thing to see on a shortline like MERR.
Loram's rail grinder is easy to spot when working - just look for the dark cloud!
Sparks fly as a rail grinder works west on track 2 of NS' Pittsburgh Line.
A rail grinder works west on track 2 of NS' Pittsburgh Line passing under the position light signals at Irwin.
LORAM Rail Worker DC4 heads West through Galesburg passing the beautiful Peck Park. Here's another photo I took of it passing through Joliet Union Station: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.ph... (more)
LORAM DC4 heads Westbound down the Transcon as it ducks under BNSF's ex-CB&Q mainline.
A LORAM Rail Working Machine, Rail Equipment, and a Rail Caboose get the green as they head east through Joliet Union Station.
Loram RG 310 grinds its way north at Milepost 73 on the NS Buffalo Line.
Loram Ballast Cleaner heads past SHEN towards Cumberland Md.
Northbound Grinding Rails Between Montgomery And Linden