Originally built as a 10 Roomette/6 Bedroom Sleeper for the Santa Fe. Served a few years on Amtrak before being sold off to the Western New York Railway Historical Society to be refurbished.
A rocket powered rail car??? LOL, no. Used during the winter months around CSX's frontier yard to melt ice on switches.
A view of Frontier Yard just outside Buffalo, NY
NKP #412 Bay Window Caboose built in 1956, for the New York, Chicago & St. Louis RR, at the Irondale Shops, and spent nearly 30 years in active service. Ex N&W 557512, nee NKP 412. Restoration com... (more)
DL&W #906 built in 1953 by the Lackawanna's Keyser Valley Shops near Scranton, PA. #906 is one of five remaining cabooses of 60, built on the frame of a locomotive tender by the DL&W. Ex CR 22010,... (more)
An odd sight on the back of an Amtrak train set. Louisville & Nashville pullman labeled Oliver Hazard Perry.
A stop at the Depew, NY station before heading west.
Ex. cv 3603 - Now used as a parts engine by the DL&W.
This is the operation life saver display at the Erie County Fair.
Owned by the WNYRHS, this caboose is on display with the operation life saver cars at the Erie County Fair.
CSX 1146 Pulls away empty cars from the South Buffalo General Mills plant
Transfer Caboose built in 1896 with Cast Iron Wheels and Friction Bearings, by the NYC at its East Rochester Car Shop. The caboose saw service mainly on the NYC Lines east of Buffalo. Its end moun... (more)
Built in 1961 for D&H. Currently in full use by the BSOR.
Buily in 1967 for QGRY, also ex. CP, currently sits outside Buffalo Southern shed.