The conductor (right), flagman and head brakeman are all on the rear as the Pineville Number 1 mine run backs along the CV Sub main at Four Mile, en route to its first tipple to work. This was onc... (more)
An eastbound Burlington Northern freight trailed by two cabooses slinks around the curves through the Badlands west of Sully Springs, North Dakota, on July 27, 1992.
And a tremendous thank you to the crew and volunteers at Spencer over four long days. This gentleman was riding the caboose on one of the photo freights Saturday afternoon.
The rear brakeman riding the rear platform of the Old town Transfer in Superior, just a few city blocks form it's destination in the East end of Superior
UPP 24567 having Rock Island heritage was part of the trade in for the Big Boy; arrived West Colton off the M NPWC-03 on Jan 5th.
Copper Basin Railway caboose “Jake” 017 sits in front of the shop at Hayden, Arizona, on the morning of March 8, 2005. The caboose is named after CBRY’s President and Chief Operating Officer, L.S.... (more)
One of three. Found in the Santa Fe yard in San Bernardino, California, was an unusual visitor – Waycar 999639. In 1969, Santa Fe rebuilt just three cabooses (what the Santa Fe called Way... (more)
The Amqui agent stays in the shade as he hands up orders to the rear end man on a Louisville-bound train.
By the 1980s, GARR's six-day-a-week freights between Macon and the mainline at Camak generally were just a few cars long. On this day, #30 will clear the bridge before the exhaust from the GP40 up... (more)
Norfolk Southern high and wide special, with two Air Products heat exchangers, arrives at Port Reading Junction. The train is passing the site of the former Johns Manville manufacturing plant.
After switching an industry east of Hastings the local shoves west to the yard with a BN caboose leading the way.
A rare site these days, A caboose on a mainline potash train crosses the not so flat prairies.