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  1. Vanishing Canadiana

    Vanishing Canadiana

    Both engines retired and presumably scrapped in 2007 & 2009 respectively. Same goes for the light aluminium CWB hoppers designed for light branch lines - nearly all of them ripped up now.
  2. UP 8121 SD90MAC

    UP 8121 SD90MAC

  3. KCS MOW vehicles

    KCS MOW vehicles

    MOW vehicles on KCS tracks in Stilwell, OK, just south of Carson Ranch buildings on Route 59. Their large warehouse is to the left of frame.
  4. KCS MOW Close

    KCS MOW Close

    MOW vehicle on KCS tracks in Stilwell, OK, just south of Carson Ranch buildings on Route 59
  5. Miscellaneous Vehicles

    Miscellaneous Vehicles

    Two MOW vehicles southbound on tracks crossing East Division Street in Springfield, MO. First one I call the "porta-potty" vehicle, and not sure what the second one is; posted in forum also.
  6. Miscellaneous Vehicles

    Miscellaneous Vehicles

    Two MOW vehicles southbound on tracks crossing East Division Street in Springfield, MO. First one I call the "porta-potty" vehicle, and not sure what the second one is; posted in forum also.
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    What do you call this?

    Taken at approximately 1230PM CDST 21 May 2012 at tracks at E. Division Street in Springfield; two miscellaneous vehicles southbound on tracks. The first bore a "porta-potty" - had never seen this before, and the one behind it seemed to have some sort of sucking mechanism engaged. Also have...
  8. CWW Truck, Contract

    CWW Truck, Contract

    This is a truck owned by CWW out of Sibley, Louisiana. It would appear they contract for Branson Scenic Railway, as it is in their yard at Branson Landing. This is an excursion train that runs down into Arkansas and back.
  9. EMPIRE BUILDER meets an MOW crew

    EMPIRE BUILDER meets an MOW crew

    The Westbound EMPIRE BUILDER on Main 1 meets a BNSF MOW crew with a Tamper and Ballast Regulator working on Main 2.
  10. Loads of Tie Plates

    Loads of Tie Plates

    CP Brant Truck moving gondolas down the Minnidosa Subdivision and off loading tie plates. This is at the Railway Crossing on PTH No. 5 just noth of Neepawa, MB.
  11. Engineering

    Engineering

    CP Rail Engineering Services Caboose on the back track at Neepawa, MB. for rail rehab this spring.
  12. MoW in Seattle

    MoW in Seattle

    On 1-1-11 a Union Pacific train will all MoW cars sits in the yard south of Seattle.
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    Swingloaders (Swingmaster)

    Hey Guys! Swingmaster is looking to expand our presence overseas. We already have several machines working in Venezuela, Panama, Mexico, Africa and Australia. A picture says 1000 words. I'd like to get pictures of Swingmasters in action to show these guys overseas how they're used in the US...
  14. LORAM Ballast Cleaning

    LORAM Ballast Cleaning

    SBC-9 making it's way to Grandview, MB. on the Togo Subdivision to spend the night. This machine does Shoulder Ballast Cleaning.
  15. NS Rail Train

    NS Rail Train

    An NS rail train is parked at Logansport, IN on the NS Illinois Division. The NS has been replacing all the rail from Rockfield, In to Peru, IN during May, June, and July. This train will be picking up the old rail.
  16. BN Flatcar, undefined

    BN Flatcar, undefined

    Unidentified as to nature of use, appears to have a small shack on one end. Bears number BN 968710
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    Electrify Me... Rail On!

    I am in a heated exchange of communication regarding the necessity to electrify America's railroads. But I was rebuffed by the argument that building catenary power distribution is laborious and expensive. Can someone direct me to examples (photos?) of automated MOW equipment that can...
  18. Close view of BNSF MOW vehicle at Seneca, MO

    Close view of BNSF MOW vehicle at Seneca, MO

    Westbound MOW at Seneca, Missouri at the Highway 43 crossing at MP 352.52. See related photo from same date of three MOW vehicles in a row at this crossing.
  19. Worker at Seneca Shack/Control

    Worker at Seneca Shack/Control

    Worker and BNSF service truck at the Highway 43 crossing in Seneca, MO 64865, at Milepost 325.52 on the BNSF tracks. They must have been having trouble with the signal. We were stopped here several minutes while the signal arm went up and down erratically, until he got it corrected.
  20. BNSF Service Truck 18242

    BNSF Service Truck 18242

    At lunch, Seneca, MO. BNSF tracks are about a block south of the downtown area, on State Highway 43.



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