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  • Caboose - Wikipedia


    Use of cabooses began in the 1830s, when railroads housed trainmen in shanties built onto boxcars or flatcars. The caboose provided the train crew with a shelter at ...

  • Caboose | Definition of Caboose by Merriam-Webster


    Caboose is now a railroading word, but its origins lie at sea. When it first appeared in English, in the 1700s, caboose referred to a kitchen—or in sailors ...

  • caboose - English-French Dictionary WordReference.com


    caboose - traduction anglais-français. Forums pour discuter de caboose, voir ses formes composées, des exemples et poser vos questions. Gratuit.

  • Caboose


    A craft beer bar in the heart of Mt Lawley. Serving tap beer, bottled beer, wine and delicious food in the best Perth suburb.

  • Iconic Model Trains and Collectables | CABOOSE


    The predecessor to Caboose Hobbies was established in 1938 in Denver, was purchased by Glenn Brazleton in 1951, converted to a train enthusiasts store and ...

  • Caboose | Define Caboose at Dictionary.com


    Caboose definition, a car on a freight train, used chiefly as the crew's quarters and usually attached to the rear of the train. See more.

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    Caboose, Lakewood, Colorado. 7,363 likes · 675 talking about this · 791 were here. Caboose has acquired the iconic Caboose Hobbies of Denver, Colorado....

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  • Fourgon ferroviaire — Wikipédia


    Le fourgon-frein est un wagon servant au logement de l'agent d'accompagnement des trains de marchandises. Aux États-Unis le fourgon-frein, appelé cambuse (Caboose ...

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