Back in the days when cabooses were still common--and occupied by a flagman and a conductor--this eastbound Southern Yuma Turn is dropping downgrade between Sunbright and Natural Tunnel. This fill... (more)
With its 8-ft diameter Santa Fe “circle-cross” herald looking almost as good as the day when it was applied to this waycar, this familiar form of the Santa Fe logo hasn’t changed too much since it... (more)
An old caboose at the Pueblo Railway Museum.
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.
Originally built by the ATSF in their 500 series class in 1948, this waycar was later rebuilt into the Ce-3 class by the West Wichita, Kansas shops in 1968. With the new lease on life also came an... (more)
A recent addition to the Columbus and Chattahoochee line up is a caboose still in the Bay Line colors and lettering which may soon serve as a shoving platform for this relatively new railroad oper... (more)
The caboose on the tail of a freight bound for North Vancouver passes the turquois waters of Niarn Falls south of Pemberton.
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.
Nearly 20 years after the railroad's demise, the Monongahela Railway's caboose #901 displays its faded paint in West Brownsville Yard.
Tom Golden photo.
The caboose of BNSF's fire fighting train.
A Union Pacific APL double-stack train speeds across Nebraska on August 5, 1985, although one could easily mistake it for a Chicago & North Western train. On the head end is C&NW GP50 5099 and, b... (more)
ONT 121 sits on light rail over 600 kilometres from home rails at Puddicombe Farms and Estate.
An old caboose sits at the Decatur yard. From time to time it is still pressed into service for yard work.
Someone had a bad day...here are the remains of a CB&Q wooden caboose.