A traditional CP steel caboose brings up the rear of the Mission Turn as the train heads east at Albion, BC.
This photo was taken at the end of a couple eras. These two cabooses bringing up the end of an eastbound SP freight entering Roseville represent a couple generations of bay window caboose design. ... (more)
A nicely matched quartet of N&W cabooses await their next assignment at Sandusky, OH on a typically moist May day in 1981. My recollection of living in Ohio was one week of nice weather in May an... (more)
Little did I know in early June 1974 when I made my first brief visit to Wenatchee and caught these cabooses, all former GN except BN 10523, that nearly 40 years later I would retire to this commu... (more)
Historic cabooses and a classic water tank at the Whippany Railway Museum.
"Fred? Nobody by that name here!" This eastbound Rio Grande freight has an impressive six cabooses as it passes through Larkspur on the Joint Line.
LV cabooses came in different colors, just like the locomotives!!
A group of Conrail Cabin Cars (cabooses) on the rear of a Westbound Port Road Branch train destined for Enola, Pa. Photo was taken from the inside of Perryville Tower, which closed 10 years later.... (more)
See more details about this shot from comment below. At the time of this photo, the old Lehigh and New England was officially shut down. The owners got out the railroad business in anticipation of... (more)
Raritan River caboose 7 and two others sit in the sun at South Amboy. This was a delightful little railroad that almost seems to have come from a child's imagination with red diesels and yellow ca... (more)
Not one, but two cabooses on the rear of Norfolk Southern eastbound train 36Q on the Harrisburg mainline.
This pair of beautifully restored Chesse cabooses sits across from the Hyndman station in a lucky railfan's backyard.
A necessary part of every train in 1982 was the caboose.
An overview of the East Houghton yard in 1975 - today, this same view would consist of a Super 8 motel and a few residental houses.