By the mid-1980s, most cabooses on the D&RGW were living on borrowed time. Caboose 01489 was spotted in fresh paint near Provo on June 20, 1984. It was originally constructed by the Rio Grande at ... (more)
Southern Pacific caboose 1037 sits on display in the Old Poway Park as part of the Poway Midland Railroad. In the background is an old Santa Fe boxcar. This little railroad is located about 30 m... (more)
Interesting caboose I came across while chasing the Fort Worth & Western Dublin turn. The owner duplicated an ATSF HO scale caboose to this one. Either a BN or RI caboose at one time before it was... (more)
Southern bay window caboose X738 brings up the rear of a train at Jefferson City, TN || January 1984
My wife is checking out the caboose at the new Frisco rail museum.
A beautifully-kept CB&Q caboose adorns the Two Brothers Roundhouse (fka Walter Payton's Roundhouse, fka CB&Q Roundhouse), a facility that is over 150 years old.
A typical hot and hazy summer afternoon in the Chicago area finds the crew of this IHB switch job protecting the shove from the platform for a Conrail caboose. I'm sure this wasn't the IHB's most ... (more)
The conductor is reaching for the orders as this eastbound manifest rolls across the Elgin Joliet & Eastern diamond. The train is on the former NYC Michigan Central Porter Branch.
Before it closed one of the main jobs of the large former NP Como shops in St. Paul was caboose work. Here a pair of new cabooses (delivered earlier in 1980) appear to be having some modification ... (more)
A pair of MoPac transfer cabooses, 13865 and 13079, bring up the rear of a northbound yard job returning to Yard Center. Tom Golden photo.
Crew monitoring over their backup move on this photo charter at daybreak. Wood stove keeping the caboose warm with some nice black exhaust.
ONT 121 sits on light rail over 600 kilometres from home rails at Puddicombe Farms and Estate.
This ex Conrail caboose was recently repainted by the S&NC into a scheme very similar to one used by the D&H. It was rolled out on the day of the Sanford Lake Branch inspection train. This caboose... (more)
Built in 1906 by the Duluth & Iron Range RR this caboose is showing every bit it's 106 years of existence.
None other than Rio Grande's first steel caboose awaits a call to duty in local transfer service out of Roper Yard in South Salt Lake. The 01400 was built new at Burnham Shops in Denver in 1940.