A Loram crew member checks the work of his railgrinder as the grinding stones cause a wall of smoke to rise from the railhead. These tracks belong to the Canadian National's Superior Sub.
The Loram Railgrinder prepares for another night of grinding at Jasper.
A rail grinder works its way past the west end of the scenic siding at Snowden, about 3 miles away from the North Dakota border. The grinder's crew would work only as far as the east switch before... (more)
Loram Railgrinder sprays liquid on to the tracks after grinding to keep the heat from starting fires.
Loram Rail Grinder in action at Alliance Ohio, close up. 80-200 f2.8 lens.
The Loram Rail Grinder leaves a cloud of grinding dust and rail grindings, as it grinds a tight curve on the NS Knoxville East End District about 5 miles out of the Bristol Yard.
The Rail Grinder works Mon Line No. 2 Track as the equipment sails over the Ft. Wayne Line.
A Loram railgrinder sits parked for the weekend.
2RMS-16 passes by on its way up the new main
2RMS-16 rolls up the new grade at Lake Louise
After missing the NS Geometry Train in this spot last week, I was determined to catch the Rail Grinder, which has been in the area for a few days. Here it is heading east (to the right) back to th... (more)
Eastbound Loram Badger Ditch Cleaner crosses the muddy Potomac River at Harpers Ferry after 5 inches of rain in the area.
Loram Rail Grinder RG309 waits for the evening to grind some rail's. As of late last year, the Rail Grinder no longer operates as a train but now uses TOP's with a CP foreman protecting.
Railgrinder staged in W. Shed track.