The rail-grinder prepares to tie down for a night stay in Bath SC then it is back to work.
A Loram rail grinder slowly works its way down from the Loop towards Woodford.
One of Loram's J-10 switch and crossing grinders makes a pass over the West Siding Switch in Brooten on a clear November morning.
Loram rail grinder make one of it's two annual visits.
After letting a grain empty pass, this Loram ditch cleaner eases through the Stadium interlocking where the Northstar commuter trains access their downtown station off the BNSF Wayzata Sub.
Springtime in downtown Hurricane.. Loram's eastbound RG 318 grinds through downtown Hurricane during what has quickly developed into an early spring, nearly a month early.
Grinding eastbound on the Kanawha mainline near Culloden, Loram's RG 318 makes its annual visit to the C&O. In the distance, a track inspector makes his daily westbound trek from Montgomery to Bar... (more)
After a long day of grinding along the Kanawha Subdivision, Lorgam's RG 318 has returned to its respective hole, in the Westward Siding in downtown St. Albans. The longer days have allowed for thi... (more)
Loram laid up on wye track
Tied down in Westward Siding for her annual visit, Loram's RG 318 is undergoing maintenance after grinding along the former C&O mainline for much of the day. Her crew will make any necessary repai... (more)
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.
Tied down in Westward Siding for the night, Loram's "Railgrinder 319" undergoes numerous repairs from a long day of grinding along the former C&O mainline.
The Loram rail grinder sits at the intersection of York and Irving Park Road, in Bensenville.
A Loram rail grinder makes its way south on CP's C&M Sub, approaching Tower B-17 and Bensenville Yard.