The Loram rail grinder approaches downtown Luray on a warm August morning.
The Loram Railgrinder on QNS&L Wacouna Subdivision
A LORAM ballast cleaner is headed west on the CP Thompson Sub at Basque. Just around the bend at the top of this photo there are switches which allow the CP and CN to go back to bi-directional ru... (more)
It's a cold morning as crew members prepare their rail grinder for a day of grinding rails for CN.
The Loram track grinds another location on the Pumpkin Vine.
It's always fun to watch and listen to some of the impressive machinery railroad use to keep the freight moving in a safe and timely manner. Loram has made a successful business by building, oper... (more)
The Loram track grinder moves to another location on the Pumpkin Vine to begin grinding.
LORAM rail grinder working west of Allentown, Pa
Loram rail grinding is performing its duties on the CSXT River Subdivision.
What a perfect day for grinding rail --- snowy, cold and overcast ten miles west of Denver with little chance of causing grass or brush fires. Loram RG8 is westbound at walking speed.
A Rail grinder leans through the cut below The Discovery Center as it heads east toward The Dalles. The hills of the Washington side of the Columbia Gorge are visible in the background.
Loram rail grinder RG 314, make it’s way SB on FEC rails at mp 336+750 just north of Commercial Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Loram Railgrinder sprays liquid on to the tracks after grinding to keep the heat from starting fires.