Loram Rail Grinder RG 319 sits on the IMS track at Lacolle while employees are performing maintenance.
Loram Rail Grinder 319, ready's for the night's work on the Southern Pacific Coast line, after the last Amtrak Surfliner of the day clears the main.
Tied down in Westward Siding for the night, Loram's "Railgrinder 319" undergoes numerous repairs from a long day of grinding along the former C&O mainline.
A Loram Rail Grinder heads north on the BNSF Hannibal Subdivision.
This rail grinder is followed by two water trucks as it heads west through Morris. Unfortunately, two large fires would force them to a halt just a few miles away.
Smile guys. The water flows freely.
100 years in business is celebrated on the side of the lead unit.
East End Dispatch : "How fast can that thing go, exactly?" RG: "40MPH if we push it.."
The grinder takes a rest and gets the once over in Northtown. Note the other MoW equipment on the left.
Loram rail grinder RG 319 is pulling into Calhoun siding on the KCS Vicksburg Sub.