Caboose Photo Archive
The "L" Railroads

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. # Location & Information Date Photo Credit
430 Lewis and Clark Railroad
The Lewis and Clark Railway (AAR reporting mark LINC) is a county-owned railroad located in Clark County, Washington. The line is 33 miles long, beginning at the BNSF interchange at Rye Junction in Vancouver, Washington and stretching northeast, passing through Brush Prairie and Battle Ground to the line's northern end past Yacolt.
2004: The line is leased to the Columbia Basin Railroad to take over operations. The lease agreement specifies that the Columbia Basin will begin paying for the lease once the line is profitable.

Battle Ground, WA

 Dec 8, 2001

Robert D. Ulberg

Lehigh & Huson River
 L&HR
16
 unknown location  unknown  from the
collection of
Stephan Foster
         
Lehigh & New England
512 Kingston NY unknown from the
collection of
Albert Phleep
516

unknown location
it is interesting that both bobber cabooses
(512 & 516) are
coupled to passeger cars

July 1965 from the
collection of
Albert Phleep
580 Jersey City NJ Dec 1967 from the
collection of
Albert Phleep
581 unknown location 1962 from the
collection of
Albert Phleep
581 Bethlehem PA Sept 1981 from the
collection of
Albert Phleep
5?? unknown location 1962 from the
collection of
Albert Phleep

Lehigh Valley now has its own page


L&N

56 (ex-TC) Jacks FL Feb 1985 from the
collection of
Albert Phleep
128

Corbin,KY

July 1964 from the
collection of
Albert Phleep
   6609

 near Corbin KY
many people think of this class as a
transfer caboose - wrong!

They were a full mainline caboose without bunks.
The lack of bunks allowed a shorter
carbody=cheaper to build

 Aug 1983   from the
collection of
Jim Hebner
   6108

 Nelsonville Ohio
on the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway

 Nov 2006  Jim Hebner
   

  Nelsonville Ohio
on the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway
believed to have started life as a L&N