There was a time when almost every train had a caboose or even two when enough crew members were working the train. A caboose was permanently assigned to one conductor in the early days while later they became part of a pool assigned to a division. Even today there are many transfer runs or branch lines will have a caboose to protect a back up move at crossings
Do you have a special caboose in your collection? If you have done work on it either building, painting, weathering or detailing bring it for the Modeling Theme. If you are working on something else no matter the stage of completion then bring it and put it on the In Progress table.
We hope to see you not he 14th in Orange for what we expect to be a great meeting
An new O Scale Resource is now available for free as always for you to read. https://oscaleresource.com/WP/
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