ATSF (Santa Fe) GE C44-9W 651 and 635 with SD75M 244.
After a brief visit to Las Vegas, UP 1943 starts the trip back to Oakland as it enters BNSF rails at Daggett. The train will continue onto Mojave where it will again join home rails.
Santa Fe EMD SD45 5404.
A westbound BNSF train rolls by Daggett.
Santa Fe caboose 999561 brings up the rear of an eastbound manifest train as it passes the signal tower for the switch leading to the Union Pacific main track to Yermo.
On its maiden eastbound run, Santa Fe GP60 No. 100 meets a westbound UP APL stack train at Daggett. No. 100 is on the point of a 2-891 this morning, and her conductor is giving the UP train a good... (more)
About to enter BNSF trackage at Daggett, the UP 3012 leads the MSCWC out of Yermo and toward Cajon Pass and eventually West Colton. To date this is one of only a few SD70ACe-T4 engines working on ... (more)
Seven-Hundred Forty Miles West of Belen Junction in New Mexico...BNSF train Z-WSPSBD7-26L traverses the S-curve at Daggett, in California's Mojave Desert, as it heads west from Will... (more)
GE & EMD power lead a stack train onto the BNSF Needles sub at Daggett, CA.
Just after sunrise on March 7, 1995, a westbound Santa Fe intermodal cruises toward Barstow at Daggett, California, on the busy Needles Subdivision after crossing the Mojave Desert in the early ho... (more)
In the Hole at Daggett - An eastbound manifest waits in the hole at Daggett for traffic with higher priority to pass.
Three BNSF C44-9Ws with in the lead 4383, westbound double stack at Daggett near Barstow, CA. October 06, 2006.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Sunrise and Signals A Roger Puta Photograph