The Loram rail grinder spends its night in westward siding for maintenance as it does each visit.
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.
Loram crew member watches the grinding as railgrinder grinds Norfolk Southern mainline
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.
The Loram ditch cleaner heads west uphill rounding the curve at Scott Depot.
A Loram shoulder ballast cleaner is hard at work in Talcott.
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.