A study in railroad practicality and remains of the the Deramus administration which almost ended the KCS. I'd imagine this was an old boxcar converted to a caboose. At least it has roller beari... (more)
Southern Railway "yellow belly" caboose at Greensboro - Christmas Day 1978.
A P&S trainman keeps a close eye on a switching move from caboose No. 191 in Brockway, PA on June 5, 1991.
Atlanta & West Point caboose #553 was built in 1941 and refurbished in 1981. Examine the window to the left of "The West Point Route" emblem and curtains are clearly seen
Vintage Illinois Central caboose sitting on an abandoned stretch of the IC Gruber Line.
This old wooden caboose was spotted sitting on the roundhouse tracks. A person would be hard pressed to find any remnant of this ex-Q property, which was directly behind (north of) the Rock Islan... (more)
After getting off Dri-Line trackage and crossing Schmidt Rd., the rear-end of a Milwaukee westbound grabs orders at West Dav tower, a single story structure behind the action. Perhaps someone wi... (more)
The LA&L caboose rarely is seen outside as it is stored in the old shops. On 5/23 the railroad had it parked outside the shops, along with engine 72, for a group of children on a school field trip... (more)
Chattahoochee Valley Beginning operations in 1897, this small connecting line was built by the West Point Manufacturing Company to help serve the numerous textile mills along the banks of... (more)
Returning from Pig's Eye Yard
NS Caboose 555551 bringing up the read of a NS local in Roanoke.
Third of three shots: L&N Corbin-Norton fast freight 855 departs Appalachia, VA on a gloomy morning with a mixed bag of chips, coal and "high cars."
Abandoned far from home. These two ex Missouri Pacific cabooses were purchased several decades ago by a local contractor who wanted to use them as office space. The plan fell through after it wa... (more)