The CP Geometry train heads west through Orland Park.
Nashville is a very busy area for CSX. On any given day multiple trains can be seen coming through the city and making shift in the shadows of the old Union Station. The city is growing fast as se... (more)
BNSF 7872 leads the Geometry train east off the Graham cutoff into Galesburg yard.
This sharp looking geometry "TEST" train is seen rolling north on the former DW&P near Duluth. It appears this car might be a recent conversion freshly painted in the attractive engineer... (more)
A BNSF geometry train turns around on the wye at Winter Street before heading back into the BNSF 28th Street yard and being done for the day.
The Geometry car takes a spin on the circle track by the former Grand Trunk Heavy Repair Shop in Battle Creek.
CN's Track Geometry Car, a retrofitted Budd RDC car, doing track inspections on CN"s Iron Range Sub/Gilbert Main. They will take the signal to head north and connect with the Missabe Sub to head ... (more)
After spending the night on Battle Creeks Fuel Dock track 4, the Geometry train gets cleard on the South Bend Sub for track speed testing to Markham Yard.
NS 3524 & 5608 tied down for the night with a track geometry train across from the old Wabash Railroad station. The geometry units are research slug NS 34 and research car NS 33.
The CP Geometry train makes a rare visit on DM&E's 7-mile Eldridge branch as the train crosses 53rd Street in Davenport.
The CP track inspection train looks over Iowa Interstate rails at the junction in Davenport. They'll work the main west and tie up at Newton later in the day.
New rail was placed in Interbay Yard less than 24 hours before a BNSF geometry special makes surprise (at least to me) visit .
Inside CP Track Evaluation Car. Car divided into 4 areas. This section next from the rear is the first technician area where a set of computers are used to evaluate track conditions. The evaluat... (more)