The roster includes such information as length, disposition (if known), revised purpose, original number, later number, build date, etc. This is a very meticulous list of CP cabooses and many photographs to provide examples of the many variations operated.
Starting in 1877 with contractor caboose Canadian Pacific #1, various lengths and shapes of pre-1948 wood cabooses are featured along with every type of steel caboose produced from 1948 to the end of Canadian Pacific caboose production in 1981.
This titles includes over 250 photographs, 20 exhaustive roster tables, highly-detailed captions, modeling notes, paint schemes, lettering details, disposition information, preserved cabooses, new owners, shoving platforms and much more. Don't miss out on this long-overdue history of the nearly-extinct Canadian Pacific caboose before all are gone forever!
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .5 in., all-color photographs with captions, rosters, illustrations.