The caboose on the Toledo Hauler passes the Harris Covered Bridge, enroute to the Oregon Coast. By month end this trackage will be leased to Genesee & Wyoming for operation as the Willamette & Pa... (more)
Chesapeake and Ohio extended vision caboose.
The caboose of the Toledo Hauler passes the Chitwood Covered Bridge over the Yaquina River. Southern Pacific's Toledo Branch will follow the Yaquina from here to the end of the line at Toledo.
Awaiting their next job assignment at the EJ&E's Kirk Yard in Gary Indiana.
Tri-State's Big Three: Three of the Tri-State Railway Historical Society's cabooses pause for a photo stop along the Rockaway River during a Members' Excursion on Sunday, September 16, 2018... (more)
Former EL C-366 bay window caboose preserved at Christiana, PA, along side Amtrak's Keystone Corridor and both the Christiana station and depot. This caboose was built in October of 1969.
“Are You Doing Your Part (?)”CS/WM caboose (90)1803, in the green safety paint scheme, along with CS/WM (90)1863 (partly visible) in standard Chessie System attire, gets a Sunday off, a... (more)
Burlington Northern (CB&Q) ran through freights with the ICG (GM&O) from St. Louis to Kansas City connecting in Mexico, MO.
77 years ago in August of 1941, the DRGW 01416 rolled out of the Rio Grande’s Burnham shops in Denver and has spent its life riding behind trains of the famous Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad... (more)
Napierville Junction caboose #40 brings up the rear of a short D&H local at Saratoga Springs, NY.
CNW caboose 10936 brings up the rear of a freight at Clyman Junction, WI in January of 1975. Bob Ferge Kodachrome from my collection.
Norfolk Southern U47 is backing out of the west end of the former Interstate Railroad yard at Andover, VA. The empty coal train will back from here to Wentz, VA where it will be loaded.
A Canadian National van punctuates an eastbound train at Brockville, Ontario.
A CSX caboose of L&N heritage sits at the end of a stub track at the yard in Dunkirk, NY on a June evening.
Ten years ago, the Mississippi River and its northern tributaries got more rain than they could handle in mid-June, causing epic flooding conditions all along the Mississippi River Valley. In Ft. ... (more)