Loram railgrinder is tied down for the night at W. Springfield Yard after grinding the rails on the CSX Boston Line between QB 92 and QB 103.
The Loram makes its way through Marathon
The LORAM rail grinder sits on a siding waiting its call to work. The caboose has water cannons to put out fires started by the sparks.
Found the train tied down for the night.
Loram Railgrinding set grinds west out of Woodstock, heading towards London, on the CPR Galt Subdivision.
The Loram rail grinder is tied down on the siding at Lucas on CSX's ex-P&LE Pittsburgh Sub.
About one more mile of grinding before they call it a day.
Just north of the FEC Cocoa Yard
Creating it's own little dust storm, a Loram ballast cleaner works through CP 47.
A foreman keeps a close eye on the scoop wheel. The Loram ballast cleaner working the ex-P&LE. It scoops up ballast, cleans it, puts it back down, and tamps it; all in one machine.
The Loram ballast cleaner working the ex-P&LE. It scoops up ballast, cleans it, puts it back down, and tamps it; all in one machine.
RG 302 is working the CSX main east bound through St. Albans. Canon Rebel Ti/Canon 28-90 zoom.
The sun isn't even up on this rainy morning, as the crew of LORAM RG 302 head for the Coal River wye to start the days work. Canon Rebel Ti/Canon 28-90 zoom.
what a strange contraption