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, t... (more)
Kicking up some sparks, the crew is working hard to finish a section of track before they've got to take the siding for two trains to pass.
All we could see above the treetops was a huge cloud of smoke, and there was no advance notice that there was a rail grinder out there today. Shown here, a Loram Railgrinder heads west across the ... (more)
A Loram Rail Grinder works its way through Otego, NY
A LORAM Rail Grinder passes back and forth over a section of track at Louisiana, Missouri. This is the BNSF Hannibal Subdivision on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Loram RG417 production rail grinder working at Arrowhead Valley.
Loram RG417 production rail grinder working at Red Hill Depot.
The Loram Rail Grinder heads west past Milepost 72 on the Norfolk Southern Lehigh Line after having come out of the Landsdown Siding in Annandale, NJ.
On a muggy July evening, a Loram Railgrinder is seen heading north through Saint Ives, AL, as they throw out sparks while grinding the rail heads of CSXT's Lineville Sub
LMIX 414 waits on track #2 outside of Deshler Ohio as 7 plus freights need to pass through in both directions
I happened to run onto the Pandrol Jackson rail grinder working Echo canyon in September of 2001. Though it's neat to see a rail grinder in action. It can really put a damper on your day of railfa... (more)