It's quarter after 9 on a cool April evening on the RF&P. Motorists pass under the mainline on Harrell Road, wondering why there's a gathering of railfans setup with cameras here. Minutes later, the nighttime silence is broken by the sounds of steel on steel grinding, as a Loram rail-grinder works their way north. A passing car pays no mind to the shower of sparks as the hot metal shavings fly in all directions upon the passage of the large machine. And in just minutes, things were as calm and quiet as before.