The famous Family Lines herald still looks great after so many years.
Still Smiling Cass Veteran Bud Cassell rides the caboose while preparing for some switching moves at Spruce. Bud has been working at Cass since the 60's and has done everything from engin... (more)
Cabooses of Reading and Jersey Central are of the same design as they bring up the rear of a freight pulled by Alco FA-1 303.
yellow caboose stands by for the next Quebec Central run to quebec city. B&M and CP power in the background will soon head south to White River Junction.
Lots of Chessie paint in evidence!
I do not know how much time this cab actually spent in Goldsboro, NC because I remember it being in Charlotte for years.
Sometimes there were other objects to take a picture of while waiting to photograph PRR steam next door at South Amboy.
NS C-31 caboose 555582, a veteran of many years service in the Appalachian coalfields, rests on this mild April evening in the yard at Yuma awaiting its next assignment. NS still rosters a sizable... (more)
A freshly painted wood-sheathed caboose sits in Turcot yard.
The westbound Eastman Chemical coal train rolls across the NS trestle at Copper Creek. CSX's version is towering overhead.
The Warehouse Crew heads east (going away) through downtown Roanoke. The box cars are for Lawsons out at Furnace Crossing. This caboose would soon become NS 555608.
B&O cab 904000 is painted up for the 175th anniversary of the B&O. Here, it's on the rear of a rail train as it backs toward Miller Yard, Virginia to clear up for a meet.
This is the last active caboose on the Bessemer. Sadly it was the only car in Calvin Yard today.