Rolling westward in 1979 on the B&O Garrett Subdivision and crossing the former NYC Michigan Central Porter Branch at Willow Creek Junction. Photo taken from inside the interlocking tower.
On 1-1-84 ,C&O acquired the properties of the Toledo Terminal. Operating control was taken on 7-1-84 and with that move the C&O acquired four new cabooses
On March 10, 1985, the Interstate Railroad's Second Hill crew crosses the Powell River at Blackwood, VA. My vantage point was a long-abandoned highway bridge hidden in the woods that once carried ... (more)
This was only time I ever saw a wooden caboose for the Ann Arbor.
C112 was caught resting in the EL yard in Dayton. It is a Dunmore caboose [ a riveted one] and rode on express car style trucks. C112 is supposed to be the last caboose on the West End of the EL ... (more)
A pair of Western Pacific cabooses, 444 and 474, were found in the railroad's yard in Oroville, California, on September 3rd, 1973.
The crew is waiting for the traffic to clear before they shove across this road crossing.
Five days before Christmas 1991, an NS mine run eases up the steep grade to the mine load-out at the end of the Roda Branch. The Roda (VA) Baptist Mission Church is still there today, but the bran... (more)
A battered and rusted Conrail/NYC/CSX transfer caboose sits in Plymouth. Though cabooses (cabeese?) are often stored on this track, I'm not sure if this one is in active service. I'd certainly rec... (more)
One of many restored old buildings in Aberdeen, former Aberdeen and Rockfish Headquarters complete with old caboose.
Illinois Central 1950 Caboose #9926
A railfan enjoys the view from open window of an Illinois Central red caboose, seen here in action in a pan at 1/13th. IC #9926 was built in 1950.
IC 9570, ICG 199570 wide vision caboose
Just another of well over a dozen cabeese on display at the Monticello Railway Museum.
A fascinating collection of railroadiana awaits - at the Monticello Railway Museum!
In addition to steam engines, diesels and passeng... (more)
One of the home-built cabooses with baggage compartment is on the rear of the Aberdeen & Rockfish train ti Fayetteville as it leaves Aberdeen.
Built December 8th 1956, retired April 10th 1990, and restored December 17th 2006, the "Gibsonville" caboose is open daily from 8am to sunset for tours and is in very good condition.