This rail grinder is followed by two water trucks as it heads west through Morris. Unfortunately, two large fires would force them to a halt just a few miles away.
Slowing grinding eastwards on the single main Belleville Sub.
LMIX 111 and 110 pull a special train that picks up and lays down welded rail.
RG314 high balls westbound at the 25 MPH track speed through Berwyn on CN's poorly maintained Freeport Sub.
Loram Rail Grinder parked for the weekend on the former Williamson & Pond Creek Railroad tracks.
RG314's rearend crew sprays down hotspots through the smoke as the rain starts to fall on this mild spring day.
LMIX 111 & 110 have been parked behind the welding plant for several weeks now. They have a very good looking paint scheme.
refueling with water and diesel
RG314 round the curve at CP Spring on the Lurgan Branch in the late afternoon rain
The rail grinder rounding the curve in Hummelstown. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
Maybe this will be the cover on the next Loram company annual report?? Westbound through Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, on the Norfolk Southern.
Spraying down a hot spot. The spray is not just water since there is a white residue left on the ground.
Hot Rail!! The rail is steaming after a pass by the rail grinder. It's now heading for the Reese's Plant at the west end of Hershey Pennsylvania
Back to work. Good thing they don't hang out the laundry any more!
The mist is still in the air after the operator had shut off the fire supression sprayer at the rear of the rail grinder.