After grinding along the C&O mainline for most of the day, Loram's RG 318 has resorted to the Westward Siding for the night. Additional maintenance is being performed and the grinder is being grea... (more)
A very interesting work vehicle.
Loram Rail Grinder at CP88 in Bethlehem PA
Loram rail grinder RG 314, make it’s way SB on FEC rails at mp 336+750 just north of Commercial Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Zing Zang Zoom RG 314 passes a stopped coal train and the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Red Unit at Island Ave Yard. The RBBB Blue Unit passed this location at approximately 231... (more)
After a week of mechcanical issues, this Loram DC-1 ditch digging beast is back underway with it's well-qualified, well-trained crew on board. The Loram Ditcher is a self-propelled system that i... (more)
After sitting in the former DW&P yard in Virginia for a few days with some mechcanical issues, it appears that this Loram ditch digging monster may be ready to go again. Word has it that this mac... (more)
A surprise visitor makes its way east through the Belmont Ave work area. Notice the track panels on the left about to be used for the "new" temporary crossing in a couple of weeks.
It's early in the morning and the Loram Rail Grinder is prepared to begin a day of rail resurfacing through Echo Canyon. They'll get their chance once the morning fleet out of Ogden is clear of ma... (more)
Looking far different than the typical BNSF and UP widecabs that frequent the Joint Line, the head-end power of Loram's RG301 pulls to a stop just north of the siding switch at Monument.
Grindin' and sprayin': the Loarm rail grinder does a second pass on the curve leading to the north siding switch at Monument.
A Loram rail grinder grinds its way south through Monument.
New Loram Rail Grinder heads south through Winona, MN. It is thought that this was on its way to Chicago where it will be wyed and then start grinding on its return trip.
Even though New Jersey has had its fair share of drenching rain the last few weeks, the weather has since become unusually hot and dry as the rail grinder works east. Fire danger kept these worker... (more)