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This Web Page Last Updated: January 27, 2023

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This page contains our current inventory of Postwar Lionel cabooses and work cabooses.

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Postwar Lionel Cabooses and Work Cabooses
Catalog # Item GradePhotoPriceDescription & More Information
2419 ========
D. L. & W.

Work Caboose
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E+ Yes $ 85
SOLD
A Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Wrecking Caboose: has handrails, ladder, die-cast smokestack, two brakestands and staple-end trucks with dual coil couplers plus a light gray-painted die-cast frame with heat-stamped, serif lettering and corner steps.
Photo of the other side.
Has a small paint chip by the stack and some box rub in spots and that's about it for flaws.
An "aerial" view.
The car is all original, completely intact and very clean with crisp lettering and nice vibrant paint! The chassis is equally as clean -- it is rust free and all four corner steps are intact.
Another "aerial" view.
The 2419 was the first wrecking caboose that Lionel produced; it was made in both 1946 and 1947 but this is the version from 1947 with reinforced squares on the underside of the frame.

Check your collection; we have had very few 2419 work cabooses in collector-quality condition over the years! This 2-year only car is not easy to find; it is significantly more difficult to locate than the later similar-looking 6419 work caboose that was made from 1948 to 1956.
2457 Pennsylvania
N5 Caboose
E+/OB Yes $175 Old-fashioned, red, tinplate, LIGHTED P.R.R. caboose: version from 1945 with staple-end trucks, "whirly" wheels plus a "flying shoe" coil coupler and double steps at each of the corners.
Photo of the other side.
Has white lettering with "EASTERN DIV." on the sides plus black window frames. The 2457 is a deluxe caboose with die-cast smokestack, battery box, air pump plus end rails with ladders and brakestands.
Photo of the roof.
Minor box rub, a small "ding" (dimple) in one of the roof panels and one of the window frames has some paint loss. That's about it for flaws! It is very, very clean with beautiful lettering and nice vibrant paint!
Photo of the bottom showing the flying shoe and the "whirly" wheels.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original box (tears; scuffs; creases; stains; glue residue; tape; "aged" look).
Another view of the box.
Has the insert (liner) and this box is SOLID: fairly clean, complete, square and sturdy! Thanks to the presence of the insert, this box has a brick-like feel to it! It is also not an easy box to find!
Photo of the box insert.
The 2457 was sold from 1945 to 1947; however, the combination of the double steps, "whirly" wheels, "flying shoe" coupler and box style (without the Toy Logo) all help to date this piece as a 1945 item!

A nicely-detailed caboose that is loaded with just about every top-of-the-line feature offered by Lionel in that era -- plus it comes with a very strong box! Great for the display shelf or for an operating layout as the light and coupler work! These early postwar items (which are essentially prewar carry-over designs) are getting harder and harder to find in collector-quality condition but this one is sharp! This caboose is the only 2457 from 1945 that we have ever had!
2472 Pennsylvania
N5 Caboose
E++ Yes $ 55 Old-fashioned, red, tinplate caboose from 1946-47: has white lettering plus staple-end trucks with single coil coupler. Version with "EASTERN DIV." on the sides.
Photo of the other side.
Small amount of paint loss on the end railings near the frame and on one side near the frame and that's about it for flaws! The caboose is very, very clean with strong lettering and nice vibrant paint!
An "aerial" view of the roof.

These early postwar items are getting harder and harder to find in collector-quality condition but this one is nice!
6017
(-60)
U. S. M. C.
Caboose
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E++
Un-run
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Yes $110 A dark-blue painted "UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS" caboose from 1958 only that was NEVER USED! Has white, heat-stamped lettering with the USMC logo plus early AAR trucks with one operating coupler. Catalogued by Lionel as "6017-60" but "601750" appears on the sides!
Photo of the other side.
Minor paint loss on one of the end railings plus a couple of the letters on one side have some small paint chips; that's it for flaws! It is a very, very nice piece: completely intact and very clean with a nice rust-free frame.
Photo of the roof.

A sharp-looking military Caboose with no major flaws!
6017
(-85)
Lionel Lines Caboose E++/OB Yes $160 A gorgeous, gray-painted SP-type caboose with black lettering from 1958 only: has a black body mold on the correct chemically-blackened tab frame plus early AAR trucks with one operating coupler. Catalogued by Lionel as "6017-85" although the caboose is actually numbered "6017" on the sides.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! It is completely intact and very, very clean with nice vibrant paint and crisp lettering!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6+ original box (tears; creases; glue residue; tape inside). Some flaws but the box is clean, complete, square and sturdy plus it is the correct ("-85") box for the gray Lionel Lines SP-type caboose!
Another view of the box.

Check your collection! This is a very hard caboose to find as is the box! This is the only boxed 6017-85 caboose we have ever had -- and it is a nice one!
6017
(-200)
U. S. Navy
Caboose
E++ Yes $295 A light-blue painted, SP-type United States Navy caboose with white, heat-stamped lettering and Navy logo from 1960 only: catalogued by Lionel as "6017-200" but only "6017" appears on the sides.
Photo of the other side.
Has the correct chemically-blackened tab frame with early AAR trucks and one operating coupler.
Photo of the roof.
Minimal flaws! It is a very, very nice piece: all intact and very, very clean with beautiful lettering, sharp graphics and nice vibrant paint! The frame is also very, very clean and rust free.
Another view of the roof.

The 1-year-only Navy caboose has become one of the hardest items to find in collector-quality condition!
Two different versions of the 6059 M & St L SP-type Caboose:
6059 M & St L Caboose E+ Yes $ 45
SOLD
A Minneapolis & St. Louis SP-type caboose from 1963-64: version with an unpainted maroon body plus white heat-stamped lettering plus a chemically-blackened, tab frame with late AAR trucks with one operating coupler and one fixed coupler.
Photo of the other side.
Has a surface scratch on one side and a very small chip in one step and that's it for flaws! This caboose is very, very clean with very strong lettering!
Photo of the roof.

We have not had a maroon 6059 caboose for sale in over eight years! The 6059 is the only postwar Lionel caboose that carried the Minneapolis & St. Louis roadname.
6059 M & St L Caboose ======
E+++
Un-run
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Yes $ 38 An unpainted-red Minneapolis & St. Louis (SP-type) caboose from 1961 that was NEVER USED! Has white, heat-stamped lettering plus a chemically-blackened, tab frame with early AAR trucks and one operating coupler.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! This caboose is sharp: completely intact and very, very clean with crisp lettering!
Photo of the roof.

Nicest unpainted 6059 Caboose we have ever had!
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6119
(-50)
D. L. & W.
Work Caboose
E++/OB Yes $ 95 A nice work caboose from 1956 only: all-original with brown cab, brown tool bin and brown-painted sheet-metal frame with white, serif lettering. Has bar-end trucks with single tab coupler. Catalogued by Lionel as "6119-50" but only "6119" appears on the sides.
Photo of the other side.
A little paint loss in the crease of the metal frame steps and that's it for flaws! The caboose is completely intact and very, very clean with nice lettering on both the cab and the frame. It is one of the nicest 6119-50 work cabooses we have ever had!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original box (tears; creases; stains; tape inside; mildly distorted/wavy).
Another view of the box.
Not pretty but the box is sturdy and has both end flaps and all four inner flaps plus it has a well-made reproduction insert! It is also the correct "-50" box for the brown work caboose.
Photo of the insert.

We have had very few 6119-50 work cabooses over the years. This is a good-looking, 1-year-only caboose in a very useful box.
6119
(-75)
D. L. & W.
Work Caboose
E++ Yes $ 75 A very nice work caboose from 1957 only: has a gray cab, a gray tool bin and black, heat-stamped lettering plus a gray-painted, sheet-metal frame with sans-serif lettering and bar-end, metal trucks with single tab coupler. Catalogued by Lionel as "6119-75" but only "6119" appears on the sides.
Photo of the other side.
A few paint chips on the frame plus some paint loss on one of the frame steps and that's about it for flaws! The caboose is completely intact and both the cab and frame are very, very clean with gorgeous lettering!
An "aerial" view.

This caboose is sharp plus it is a lot less common than most of the other work cabooses from that era.
6119
(-110)
D. L. & W.
Work Caboose
E+ Yes $125 A very scarce 1966 set component: a one-year-only D. L. & W. work caboose with some unusual features.
Photo of the other side.
Has a gray tool tray and an unpainted red cab with a builder's plate that is heat-stamped "BUILT BY / LIONEL" plus a chemically-treated unlettered frame and late AAR trucks with one operating coupler and one fixed coupler. Catalogued by Lionel as "6119-110" (with the "-110" designation meaning that it came unboxed) but only "6119" appears on the sides.
An "aerial" view.
Some rust spots on the frame sides plus a scuff in one of the roof panels. In addition, the wood slats on one side have the common factory plastic imperfections. Clean overall with gorgeous lettering!
Another "aerial" view.

While there is a 6119-100 "Late Classic" box for the 6119 D. L. & W. work caboose from 1957 & 1958 and a 6119-100 "Picture" box for the 6119 D. L. & W. work caboose from 1961 to 1965, it is highly unlikely that an appropriate 6119-100 box (or -110) from 1966 exists for this particular caboose since it came unboxed in one catalogued set (plus one uncatalogued outfit) and was part of a last-ditch effort by Lionel to sell everything that wasn't nailed down. This is the only 6119-100 work caboose from 1966 that we have ever had for sale!
(6120) Work Caboose E++ Yes $ 45 An unmarked, uncatalogued work caboose from 1961-63: has an unpainted yellow cab and tool tray plus a chemically-blacked frame with arch-bar trucks and one fixed coupler.
Photo of the other side.
A little paint loss on the frame underside and that's about it for flaws! The caboose is completely intact and very clean!
An "aerial" view.

Only the third time we have ever had this "Plain Jane" caboose! It came in low-end, uncatalogued sets and had to be the most inexpensively-made work caboose of the postwar era! Note that Lionel never made a component box for this piece.
6130 Santa Fe
Work Caboose
E++ Yes $ 75 A very scarce variation of the ATSF work caboose from late 1966-1969: has an unpainted pale-red cab & tool tray plus a chemically-blackened, unlettered frame and late AAR trucks with operating couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A small amount of rust on the frame on one side and that's it for flaws! The cab & tool tray are completely intact and very, very clean with sharp graphics, gorgeous lettering and nice vibrant paint!
An "aerial" view.

The 6130 ATSF is one of the few work cabooses made by Lionel in the postwar era with a roadname other than D L & W. This is the first time we have ever this version of the 6130!
6167 Lionel Lines
Caboose
E++ Yes $ 15 The traditional "little old red caboose" -- unpainted red body with white lettering and a galvanized tab frame with late AAR trucks plus one operating coupler and one fixed coupler.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! The body is all intact and very, very clean with superb lettering!
An "aerial" view.
This SP-type Caboose was sold in 1963 & 1964 and has only one deluxe feature -- the single operating coupler.
6167
(-85)
Union Pacific
Caboose
E++

Repro Box
Yes $ 85 A sharp unpainted yellow UP caboose with black, heat-stamped lettering: this SP-type caboose has a chemically-blackened frame with end rails plus later AAR trucks with one operating coupler and one fixed coupler. Catalogued by Lionel as "6167-85" but only "6167" appears on the sides.
Photo of the other side.
A little paint loss on the metal frame tabs and that's it for flaws! It is completely intact and very, very clean with crisp lettering and a nice, rust-free frame!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 9+ Hagerstown "checkerboard" box. It is the correct-style box but (in my opinion) a generic aftermarket product that was stamped "6167-85" for this caboose.
Another view of the box.

The 6167 UP caboose was an uncatalogued item available from 1963 to 1966 but it was a catalogued item in 1969. This gorgeous, photogenic example is one of the nicest 6167 UP cabooses we have ever had!
(6167-175) Unmarked
Olive-drab Caboose
Ex. Yes $550 Very, very hard-to-find military caboose from 1964 only! Catalogued by Lionel as "6167-175" but there are no markings on the caboose.
Photo of the other side.
Has the correct galvanized frame with early AAR trucks and one fixed coupler.
Photo of the roof.
A few light scratches and minor scuffs but because the item is molded plastic, the blemishes are not prominent.
Another view of the roof.
Overall, this caboose is completely intact and very, very clean with no major flaws.

The olive-drab SP-type caboose only came in a few uncatalogued sets; it is believed to be almost as rare as the olive-drab 3349-100 Turbo Missile Launching Car. This is a very, very hard item to find and it has been almost eight years since we have had one! Note that Lionel never made a box for this caboose.
Two different versions of the 6417 Pennsylvania N5c Caboose:
6417 Pennsylvania
N5c Caboose
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E++
Un-run
OB
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Yes $110 An illuminated, Tuscan-painted, porthole caboose from 1953 that was NEVER USED! Has white heat-stamped lettering plus bar-end trucks with dual magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A small paint chip near the roofline on one side and that is it for flaws! This caboose is sharp -- very clean, nice lettering, vibrant paint, original ends, no cracks. We "bench tested" the caboose and it does light! Has the original inspection slip!
Photo of the inspection slip and an "aerial" view of the caboose.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original box (tears; creases; tape inside; "aged" look). The box is solid: clean, complete, square and sturdy!
Another view of the box.

A very, very nice caboose in a very, very nice box!
6417 (-1) Pennsylvania
N5c Caboose
E+++/OB Yes $395 The very scarce Pennsylvania porthole caboose without "New York Zone" on the sides! Sold only in 1957, this illuminated, Tuscan-painted caboose has white heat-stamped lettering plus bar-end trucks with dual tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
The caboose is gorgeous: very, very clean and completely intact with nice lettering and vibrant paint plus it has the original end railings -- and of course, it does light!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (tears; creases; glue residue). This box is SOLID: clean, complete, square & sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere! It is also the correct "-1" box for the no "New York Zone" caboose.
Another view of the box.

An unusual and high-quality caboose in the right box! It is also one of the hardest postwar cabooses to find.
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6417-50 LEHIGH VALLEY
N5c Caboose
E+/OB Yes $225 Illuminated, gray-painted, porthole caboose from just one set in 1954 only! Has red heat-stamped lettering plus bar-end trucks with dual magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Common hairline screw crack on one end (no loss of plastic) and one roof hatch handle is chipped but that's about it for flaws! The caboose is very, very clean with crisp lettering and nice vibrant paint. It has the original end railings -- and of course the caboose does light!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original box (tears; creases; scuffs; a few stains; tape inside). A few flaws but the box is fairly clean, complete, square & sturdy. It is also the correct "-50" box for the Lehigh Valley caboose.
Another view of the box.

The caboose is stunning and it's in a very strong box!
Our Archives Page has more information on 6417-50 Lehigh Valley Cabooses.
6427
(-60)
VIRGINIAN
N5c Caboose
E++/OB Yes $625 One of the most desirable and nicest looking cabooses made by Lionel in the postwar era: the Virginian -- an illuminated, blue-painted, porthole caboose from 1958 only! Has bar-end trucks with single tab coupler.
Photo of the other side.
Common hairline screw crack on one end (very small and no loss of plastic) and that's it for flaws! The caboose is gorgeous -- very, very clean with sharp lettering and nice vibrant paint -- and of course, it does light!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original box (tears; minor stains; tape on the inside; glue residue). This box is solid: complete, clean, square and rather brick-like! It is the correct overstamped "-60" Box for the Virginian Caboose and it is also one of the nicest 6427-60 boxes we have ever had!
Another view of the box.

A very attractive and photogenic caboose in spectacular condition! It is a good-looking and rather scarce caboose in a very, very hard-to-find box! We have not had a boxed Virginian Caboose in almost nine years!
Our Archives Page has more information on 6427-60 Virginian Cabooses.
6437 Pennsylvania
N5c Caboose
E++/OB Yes $ 55
SOLD
A sharp, illuminated, Tuscan, porthole caboose from 1961-64: has white, heat-stamped lettering plus middle AAR trucks with a single operating coupler.
Photo of the other side.
Just stunning! It is completely intact and very, very clean with spectacular lettering and nice vibrant paint! The end railings are original and all intact -- and of course, it does light!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original "Picture" box (tears; creases; tape inside; minor writing).
Another view of the box.
A solid box: clean, complete, square and sturdy!
Photo of the front of the box.

The 6437 Caboose was sold from 1961 to 1968 but the style of the trucks and the box type help to date this item as a 1961-64 piece.

Just a beautiful caboose in a very strong box!
Our Archives Page has more information about 6437 Pennsylvania Cabooses.
Two different versions of the 6457 SP-type Caboose:
6457 Lionel
Caboose
E++/OB Yes $ 60
SOLD
Illuminated, brown-painted SP-type caboose from 1950-51: has white heat-stamped lettering plus staple-end trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
The 6457 was the top-of-the-line Lionel caboose during its time and has these deluxe features: interior light, die-cast smokestack, battery boxes, ladders, two brakewheels and dual couplers.
Photo of the roof.
Minor paint loss on one end railing and that's about it for flaws! It is completely intact and very, very clean with crisp lettering, nice vibrant paint plus a nice rust-free frame -- and of course, it does light!

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; creases; some dirt; tape inside). A few flaws but the box is fairly clean, square & sturdy! It is also the correct box for this version of the 6457.
Another view of the box.

The 6457 caboose was sold from 1949-1952 but the black smokestack, staple-end trucks and "Middle Classic" box all help to identify this caboose as a 1950-51 item.

A very, very nice caboose in a presentable box! This premium caboose (which came in many sets) has long been a favorite with both collectors and operators.
6457
(-25)
Lionel
Caboose
E+++/OB Yes $ 95 Illuminated, maroon-painted (NOT brown) SP-type caboose from 1952 with bar-end trucks and magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
The 6457 was the top-of-the-line Lionel caboose during its time and has these deluxe features: interior light, die-cast smokestack, battery boxes, ladders, two brakewheels and dual couplers.
Photo of the roof.
Minimal flaws! The caboose is very, very clean with crisp lettering, nice vibrant paint -- and it does light!
File photo showing a maroon 6457 and a brown 6457.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; creases; tape inside; glue residue; writing). Some flaws but the box is clean, square & sturdy plus it is the correct (-25) box for the maroon 6457 caboose!
Another view of the box.

A good-looking caboose that does not show up that often and in a very scarce box! Check your collection! We have had many brown 6457 cabooses over the years but very few maroon ones.
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Two different versions of the 6517 Lionel Lines Bay Window Caboose:
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(6517-75)
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Erie
Bay Window
Caboose
E++ Yes $650 A sharp "ERIE C301" Bay Window caboose from 1966 only! Has a medium-red body with white rubber-stamped lettering.
Photo of the other side.
Has all of the deluxe features of the "LIONEL LINES" version (illuminated, window insert, shades, die-cast smokestack, ladders, fancy passenger car-type trucks and dual operating couplers) but has the more desirable roadname. It is the only caboose produced by Lionel in the postwar era to have the Erie roadname. Catalogued by Lionel as "6517-75" but that number does not appear on the body of the caboose.
Two views of the roof.
Minor box rub and that's about it for flaws! The caboose is very, very clean and all intact with crisp lettering, sharp graphics and nice vibrant paint -- and of course, it does light!

This one-year-only caboose is an elusive, high-quality piece that will enhance anyone's train collection!
6517 Bay Window
Caboose
E++/OB Yes $ 95 Large illuminated, LIONEL LINES caboose: has a red-painted body with white rubber-stamped lettering plus metal trucks; it is the later version from 1956-59 with no "Built Date" underscoring.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws -- the caboose is completely intact and very, very clean with beautiful lettering & graphics, nice even paint and a nice rust-free frame -- and of course, the caboose does light!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original box (tears; creases; stains; mildly distorted). A few flaws but the box is complete, fairly square and sturdy -- plus there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

The Bay Window caboose was the largest caboose offered by Lionel in the postwar era. It only came as a deluxe model with interior lighting, fancy passenger car-type trucks, operating couplers, ladders & a die-cast smokestack. The 6517 caboose was made from 1955 to 1959 but the "Late Classic" box and the lack of underscoring on the car body date this piece as a 1956-59 item.
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6657 Rio Grande Caboose E++/OB Yes $295 Illuminated, Rio Grande (SP-type) caboose from 1957-58: has a yellow-painted body with a silver-painted lower stripe on each side plus a silver-painted roof.
Photo of the other side of this very-photogenic caboose.
Additional features include black striping, black heat-stamped lettering and decals with the Rio Grande logo plus a die-cast smokestack. The chemically-blackened frame has end railings with single brakewheel plus metal, bar-end trucks with single tab coupler.
Photo of the roof.
Minimal flaws! The caboose is very, very clean with crisp lettering, gorgeous striping, nice shiny silver and intact decals -- and it does light!

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original box (tears; creases; writing; tape inside). This box is SOLID: clean, complete, square and sturdy!
Another view of the box.

With its unusual silver & yellow paint scheme and colorful logos, it is arguably the most attractive caboose produced by Lionel in the postwar era. This 6657 is sharp and it is in a very strong box!
(6824
-50)
Rescue
Work Caboose
E+ Yes $325 A sharp "First Aid Medical Caboose" from 1964-65: this uncatalogued item from the "Space & Military" series has a white cab, white tool bin and red lettering plus a BLACK-painted, sheet-metal frame with heat-stamped, sans-serif lettering and middle AAR trucks with one operating coupler.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws on the cab and tool bin: very clean with crisp lettering, nice graphics and vibrant paint! The frame is also very clean with beautiful lettering -- and there is no paint loss on the steps!
An "aerial" view.

Note: this item represents another one of Lionel's oddities -- the number on the side of the caboose is "6814" (as the company used parts from the more common catalogued Rescue Caboose with that number) but the Lionel catalog number for this item is 6824-50! It appeared in only five Sears & Roebuck promotional outfits (one in 1964 & four in 1965) and never came with a component box.

This caboose is complete as described; it is essentially the "plain Jane" version of the 6814 and the Sears Rescue Caboose differs from the more common 6814 Rescue Caboose in two ways: it has a black frame (not gray) and it did not come with any accessories (crewman, tool compartment insert, stretchers or oxygen tanks). It is a tough item to find in collector-quality condition and this 6824-50 is one of the nicest black-frame versions we have ever had for sale!

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Everyone knows what a Caboose is, but did you know that it has many colorful nicknames? Some of these affectionate terms include buggy, brain-box, crummy, hack, and monkey cage plus some that are not printable here. Did you know that the Conductor (who is the boss of the train) actually runs the train from the Caboose?

Lionel made various styles of Cabooses in the Postwar era including the SP-type, bay-window, porthole (N5c), work cabooses with either tool boxes or an open bin, and even one that smoked. Some were lighted inside, some had a searchlight, some were made of metal, some had a real roadname (many said Lionel Lines) and some were plain while others were very attractive.

Your freight train needs a Caboose. Your work train needs a Caboose as well.

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