This still active former BN caboose, showing its age, has been currently assigned to Longmont, Colorado for possible MOW duty.
Locally, cabooses are used to cover long back-up moves on the main line. It's nice to see one get the respect, and fresh paint, this duty deserves!
A conductor riding the caboose inspects the left side of the train, as his patrol returns to the yard.
Here's a truly rare catch: a caboose with CNW reporting marks and the Chicago Great Western paint scheme acting as a shove platform for a couple ballast hoppers.
Restored SOO steel caboose # 1 is being used as a shoving platform on todays Two Harbors Train.
That's one lucky kid in the cupola
Built July 1949 for the C&O " Chesapeake District " this series of steel cabooses were built to handle the increase of traffic after WWII. There were 100 of these built (90200-90299) with an addit... (more)
The original Norfolk Southern logo is fading into rust on a caboose.
The end of this Buffalo freight had a beautiful caboose. We used to call these anthracite cabooses because of the large number of this type running on the independent railroads of the anthracite r... (more)
This is a classic of East Texas engineering, check those weld lines. There is a prototype for almost everything.
Sitting amongst the weeds in Schreiber Yard.