CSX Caboose

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by kf4jqd, Jan 30, 2006.

  1. kf4jqd

    kf4jqd Active Member

    Hi Gauger's:

    I am just posting this picture here. I know alot of you come to this area first to read the post. I will have more pictures in Real USA railroads area.

    What did I saw today on a CSX train? I CSX caboose! No joke :thumb: I live about 300 feet from the CSX main line that runs between Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tennessee!

    Look for Trains in Vonore, Tennessee In the Real USA area of The Gauge. :wave:


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  2. 2-8-2

    2-8-2 Member

    CSX has a line about a mile from my house. Every now and then, not often, but on rare occasions, I see a caboose. The trains can get pretty long. There's a large plastics company on the outside of town that gets bulk pellets, powder and some chemicals. 90% of the rolling stock I see is carrying automobiles, presumably from Detroit.

    I guess even with all of today's modern technology, they still need a caboose every now and then.
  3. kf4jqd

    kf4jqd Active Member

    Saw it again!

    I saw the caboose again today! :thumb:



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    Arizona Heat Member

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    Chessie6459 Gauge Oldtimer

  6. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

    Might be a local ordinance. Though cabooses are being phased out, some localities still require railroads to have a caboose on the end of trains.
  7. brakie

    brakie Active Member

    Both CSX and NS still uses caboose when ever a long reverse move is needed such as on a urban local,mine runs and other such cases where there isn't a run around track available. :D Now in some cases I seen locomotives on each end of the train but,that's another matter...
  8. trainman1965

    trainman1965 New Member

    That is cool i have not seen a caboose in years on the track in use.

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