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)
Just south of La Vergne on the CSX Chattanooga Sub we catch Loram RG-400 grinding the rail head south of the Stricland Holdout track, with a work permit out the Rail Grinder, and it's team of othe... (more)
Well we now know why that the Western & Atlantic Sub was very slow today. With a work permit that start from the North-End of Boyce MP WA-132.0 to the North-End of Graysville MP WA-121.4, all hand... (more)
RG 316 spent most of the day working the wye at Adolph, MN where the former DMIR main from Proctor to the Iron Range connects to the former Interstate Branch, now used as part of CN's Mainline int... (more)
Rail Grinding - Track maintenance is being performed on the Amboy Secondary just east of Jamesburg. The man is operating a rail grinder and is grinding a welded track joint. This seconda... (more)
A Harsco Track Technologies rail grinder outfit crests the "Summit of the Alleghenies" at Sand Patch.
Loram Rail Grinder RG 319 sits on the IMS track at Lacolle while employees are performing maintenance.
A Speno rail grinder is seen working the Grand Trunk Western mains through Michigan. Tom Bowers photo.
Rail grinder LMIX 3404 crosses over the Red Lake River headed south along the Detroit Lakes subdivision towards Erskine, Mahnomen, and Glenwood.