The Great Circus train slowly heads east through Pewaukee, Wisconsin, over the former Milwaukee Road main line on July 6, 1993. Hundreds of spectators lined the tracks to view the 27-car train of ... (more)
Bringing up the rear on a Southern Pacific eastbound freight at West Colton Yard in Bloomington, California, on January 20th, 1984, are a pair of bay-window cabooses: SP C-40-4 (rebuilt) caboose ... (more)
The side of the caboose that doesn't have the graffiti all over it. CP caboose 434497 sits on the MOW storage track. Like all the other CP cabooses, this one is one you won't see on the end of the... (more)
A shot during Hamlet's Seaboard Days Festival. Both the caboose and the motor have been recently repainted.
A caboose brings up the rear of an eastbound MofW train that will soon run along the shore of Shushwap Lake.
GEGX 120239 is on the tail end of CSX W999, a somewhat obvious High & Wide load approaching Prosperity, SC. The train is crawling through here because there are rail cars on the siding on the oteh... (more)
One of CN's Cadillac cabs trails a westbound freight a few miles east of Quebec City.
At 5:02 p.m. on May 31, 1986, Santa Fe’s 321 train rumbles through New Boston, Iowa, with bright caboose No. 999268 trailing the eastbound freight.
A couple of HELD FOR DISPO caboose's at the Paducah,KY. yard on the four year old BN.
An Alco RS3 with caboose switches the yard and through the back yards of the town while everyone still sleeps on a quite weekend morning. All that can be heard is the sound of an Alco.
A new addition to the CSX family, caboose #900433, provides the ride for two crew members who are protecting the shove east through Pine Jct.
Riding in the Rock Island Caboose on the first steam excursion of the season on the Boone & Scenic Valley Railway.
C&O #904138 still serves the Howell Yard in Evansville Indiana, it still wears its original Chessie System logo that was painted years ago.
255 headend meets 254 hindend at Portage Jct..
A former D&RGW caboose which once served for the Modoc Northern on the former Southern Pacific Modoc line now sits in Tulelake, CA.