CSX Track Geometry car number 2 is doing its business as seen here at the 0CV 264 just 1 mile "north" of Dryden while clicking along at at approx 20 MPH it will hit the defect detector in just a m... (more)
CN SD60 5484 leads CN's TEST equipment west on the Edson Sub at Pedley East.
"The 70's called, they want their paint scheme back!" was the thought running through my head when I saw this little switcher. The Little Kanawha is nothing if not friendly, and their lo... (more)
After testing the Luscar Industrial Spur for geometry defects, CN's self propelled "TEST" car is about to return down the hill and proceed to Coalspur to tie up for the night.
CN's self propelled test car pauses at Mile 40 of CN's Foothills Sub.
CN's RDC-1 1501 pauses in the run around track at Coal Valley while L767 loads the last few cars under the tipple.
CN's RDC-1 1501 pauses briefly at Mile 40 of CN's Foothills Sub before continuing on to Coal Valley
CN's RDC-1 1501 has reached the "End of Track" sign at Mile 26 of CN's Mountain Park Sub, west of Cadomin. The crew will change ends and head back to Leyland before testing the Luscar In... (more)
On July 16, 2014, an eastbound Canadian Pacific track geometry train is west of Drynoch, British Columbia, in the Thompson River Canyon, powered by GP20C-ECO No. 2241.
Sperry Rail Service Detector Car car 128 was built in Sept. 1925 by St. Louis Car for the Baltimore & Ohio. It was powered by a 220 horsepower Winton 106A gasoline engine equipped with a GE electr... (more)
A former New Haven Railroad Mack Rail Bus glides down Conrail's River Line while working on its second life as a Sperry Rail Services vehicle testing the track.
The NS 901 led by the NS 6338 pulls the FRA DOTX 218 north up the Pumpkin Vine to Roanoke, Va.