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  1. Grinder Leaves Black Dust everywhere

    Grinder Leaves Black Dust everywhere

    As the Loram rail grinder work past the corner the rail dust nearly blocks the sun on the far side of the train. Rail must have been out of shape in this area.
  2. Rail Surface after Grinder pass

    Rail Surface after Grinder pass

    This is a close-up photo of the finished surface of the rail after a rail grinder passes. Feb 11th 2003 Note the 6 different grind patterns.
  3. Rail Grinder Keeping Washington Green

    Rail Grinder Keeping Washington Green

    Suprise of the year was a Loram Rail grinder sneeking up the Rails 8 miles North of Station Seattle WA This is the fire prevention car on the end.


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