A surprise and a bit of a mystery near Sandusky Ohio today. A bright blue "Fracht International Freight Forwarding" caboose brought up the rear of train 19M. Reporting marks belong to Lo... (more)
The West Virginia Northern was a coal hauling short line that relied on dynamic brake-equipped EMD switchers to get product from the mines to the B&O interchange at Tunnelton, West Virginia. Altho... (more)
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher's beat-up shoving platform has been left on the CN Wharf Spur as they switch Canada Maltage and Five Roses. The Five Roses facility is visible at left. At far right ... (more)
Northampton & Bath caboose 103 is parked along the New Hope & Ivyland in Wycombe, Pennsylvania. When the N&B shut down in 1980, cabooses 102 and 103 ended up on the NH&I, where they may still be t... (more)
Idle on the Armstrong Queenpost Turntable.
The Rio Grande Lives! The GSMR's Rio Grande Caboose rests near the Bryson City Depot on Saturday evening, awaiting its trip to the Nantahala Outdoor Center on Sunday. For the very reasonab... (more)
Caboose 1021 may have great paint, but it has other issues. This photo illustrates two things - the Erwin shop area always offered a surprise or two, and the Clinchfield had a weird collection of... (more)
TVRM`s Wabash "Tyco" caboose has been repainted into the classic red and white Wabash color scheme.
Green Bay & Western caboose 117 brings up the markers on eastbound train 2 at Hixon, Wisconsin.
A BN caboose brings up the rear of a local as they work a spur on the former MILW Pacific Extension south of Butte.
A caboose brings up the rear of the 1500 Missoula Switch job as they pull into the clear at Milltown.
The 1500 Missoula Switch departs for Bonner with a solid MRL consist.
"Sitting This One Out"
Ex-Conrail "N21" Caboose #21244 sits alone in a vacant lot by Oak Point Yard while CSX Y102 brings a train across the Hell Gate Bridge to Fr... (more)
Approaching Enterprise, the ASV excursion train rolls through the grass along an old Rock Island mainline.
Early Conrail locomotive repaints were less than consistent with respect to lettering style and placement. Cabooses did not escape the inconsistencies, either, as witnessed by this former PRR N5B ... (more)