BNSF Westbound Manifest Train at Daggett, California
Added: November 15, 2007
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Remarks: At 4:30pm on Sunday, April 26, 1998, the engineer on a westbound BNSF manifest train begins to notch out the throttle after patiently waiting for a westbound UP trackage rights doublestack train to proceed in front of it at Daggett, California, on BNSF's Needles Subdivision. The very colorful locomotive consist includes ATSF SD40-2 #5145, ATSF SD45u #5403, ATSF SD40-2 #5177, LMX B39-8E #8548, BN B30-7A #4093, BN SD40-2 #7811, and BNSF GP60M #157.