Switching

The classification yard is arguably the most complex operation on a railroad. Despite the growth in unit trains, breaking up and reconfiguring trains—blocking and tackling—remains one of the basics of…
In our environmentally conscious society, "green" is probably the most overused or misused word in the English language. Few industries can really stand up and shout that they're green. The…
National Railway Equipment Company’s new, six-axle 2GS-37C DE N-ViroMotive utilizes existing SD40-2 main frames, rebuilt trucks with D87B traction motors (70:17 gear ratio), and twin gensets equipped with 1,850-hp Cummins QSK50…
Now that BNSF is no longer a public company and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, what can BNSF’s short lines expect? There are two indicators, both of…
On St. Patrick’s Day, when many people are sporting the color green, CSX touted “green” by unveiling its first low-emission, fuel-efficient switcher locomotives deployed in Illinois.

RailComm, Inc. has been selected to provide a wireless remote control derail system at Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad's RIP Track Facility. A customized Local Control Panel located within the shop will provide wireless remote control to the derails.

--> RailComm, Inc. has been selected to provide a wireless remote control derail system at Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad's RIP Track Facility. A customized Local Control Panel located within the shop will provide…
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