The sparks and smoke are flying as the south rail of this curve is ground back to the proper profile. I've seen these machines parked in various places or in transit, but it's something else to s... (more)
One of Loram's impressive rail grinding machines makes its way into Brooten, working westbound on Canadian Pacific tracks.
RG 311 is enroute back to the States after spending a few weeks resurfacing the Galt, Mactier, North Toronto, Hamilton, and Windsor Subdivisions.
A Loram Rail Grinder makes its way through Norfolk Southern's River Yard in Bethlehem Pa on its way to grind the Northern Portion of NS's Lehigh Line north of Allentown.
A Loram Rail Grinder makes its way westward through Norfolk Southern's River Yard on its way to grind the Northern portion of the Lehigh Line.
The Loram RG 311 Railgrinder sits on the yard track in Pittsfield Yard before continuing on to Selkirk Yard.
RG 311 sits in Brunswick after grinding the Rockland branch the night before. Not a comman thing to see on a shortline like MERR.
Loram railgrinder is tied down for the night at W. Springfield Yard after grinding the rails on the CSX Boston Line between QB 92 and QB 103.
Rail grinder working the CSX Riverline
Heading West at track speed through Trenton.
There were at least six other grinder units behind the lead, but they are all derelict and rusted.