The St. Louis-San Francisco railroad was the first to purchase a new caboose design offered by International Car Company, featuring a wider-than-normal cupola, providing the best of both cupola ca... (more)
Bringing up the markers on a Union Pacific freight is CA-8 class caboose 25513. (Verdemont, California - April 1980
Brand-new Santa Fe Ce-11 way car 999779 sits in the railroad’s Hobart Engine Facility in Vernon, California, on August 17, 1981. Built in 8/81, this may be the caboose’s first trip to California,... (more)
Bringing up the rear of a Union Railroad ore train is caboose 101, a welcome sight in this era of Flashing Rear End Devises (FRED). The train is passing the railroad's Hall Shops in Monroeville, ... (more)
Sitting in BNSF Railway's B yard in San Bernardino on December 17, 2017, is a former Santa Fe Ce-11 class wide-vision caboose. These "way cars" (as Santa Fe called them) was built by In... (more)
New Way Cars? No Way!In 1974, the Santa Fe Railway took delivery of their first new cabooses in twenty-five years: Five Ce-6 class way cars (as Santa Fe called their cabooses) numb... (more)
Cotton Belt Route, Mfr. 1963.