Rotary Snow Plow
A rotary snow plow is a piece of railroad snow fighting equipment. It is characterized by the large circular set of blades on its front end that rotate as a unit to cut through the snow on the track ahead of it. The precursor to the rotary snowplow was the wedge snowplow.
Frozen Fails | An Epic Snow and Ice Fail Compilation by FailArmy
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Biggest Snowfall vs Train Snowblower (HD, 1080p)
On this particular mission, the snowblower's progress is hindered due to the considerable height of the snow wall. The snowblower actually derailed a couple of times on this strip, which meant a heavy crane had to be brought in so that the train could be put back on tracks - a very difficult and costful operation. Filmed on the Romanian railways, during winter '12.
Spectacular footage Train plowing through deep snow Arthurs Pass
Kiwirail attempting to plow a route through to Christchurch today from Arthurs Pass made for some spectacular images. 07 June 2012