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The collection contains ordinary pieces such as cabooses and flatcars along with unique pieces such as club cars, passenger coaches, a diner and a rare domed observation car.
The 4-year-old Winter Park boy with autism often spends hours sitting on his living room floor linking toy tracks and pushing along the engine, cars and caboose.
Pullman BBQ in Parkville is the fusion of a Pullman dining car and caboose with a wood house and deck.
One of the old red cabooses sat nearly unharmed Monday near the entrance.
The funky hybrid structure is fashioned from an antique yellow Pullman dining car that holds up to 50 diners and a red caboose tacked onto either side of the wood frame.
Scheduled for completion next spring, the T&W Model Railway is located inside the old caboose just south of the depot building at 201 South Elm Street.
Early Sunday, a historic railway caboose house down the street had sat on the ocean side of the Overseas Highway.
That relic of railroad history was beautifully restored and is now operating as part of the Lumberjack Steam Train, which includes several passenger cars, three cabooses and a box car converted into an observation car.
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Origin and Etymology of caboose
First Known Use: 1732See Words from the same year
Synonymsbackside, behind, booty (also bootie) [slang], bottom, breech, bum, buns, butt, buttocks, can, cheeks, derriere (or derrière), duff, fanny, fundament, hams, haunches, heinie [slang], hunkers, keister (also keester) [slang], nates, posterior, rear, rear end, rump, seat, tail, tail end, tush [slang]
Related Wordsbeam, stern; moon [slang]
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