Pictures of Cabooses of the Colorado & Southern
Compiled by Donald Ray Burger
Attorney at Law
There are lots of pictures of consists where the caboose is barely visible. I have not included those pictures. The pictures listed below have enough detail to help in modeling. To see an actual caboose visit the Number 1006, on display at Silver Plume, just north of the Interstate.

Number 1000
CSng page 216

Number 1002
CSng page 216

Number 1003
CSng pages 49, 71, 136, 216
SPL page 185
NGCSP pages 187, 193, 197

Number 1005
CSng Page 36, 216

Number 1006
CSng page 217
GL pages 155, 156
UCC page 144

Number 1008
CSng page 130, 216

Number 1009
CSng page 216

Bobber on Georgetown Loop
NGCSP page 118

Flat roofed bobber
CSng page 21

Number unclear
CSng page 173
GL pages 59, 138, 140
SPL pages 127, 202, 221, 226


CSng = C & S ng (Colorado & Southern Narrow Gauge) by Mallory Hope Ferrell. Pruett Publishing Company. 1981. First Edition, First printing.

CCGC = Central City and Gilpin County (Then and Now). by Robert L. Brown. The Caxton Printers, Ltd. 1994.

GL = Georgetown and the Loop, by P.R. "Bob" Griswold, Richard H. Kindig and Cynthia Trombly. Rocky Mountain Railroad Club. 1988. First Edition, 2d printing.

NGCSP = Narrow Gauge to Central and Silver Plume: Route of the Famed Georgetown Loop. (Colorado Rail Annual Number 10) by Cornelius W. Hauck, The Colorado Railroad Museum, 1972. 4th printing.

SPL =The South Park Line: A Concise History, (Colorado Rail Annual Number 12) by Gordon S. Chappell, Robert W. Richardson and Cornelius W. Hauck, The Colorado Railroad Museum, 1974. First Edition.

UCC = Up Clear Creek on the Narrow Gauge (Modeling the Colorado & Southern), by Harry W. Brunk. Benchmark Publications Ltd. 1990. 2d printing.

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