|Statement||by Dwight Jones.|
|LC Classifications||TF485 .J66 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 120 p.,  folded p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||88184012|
Chesapeake & Ohio Steel Caboose Reference. Steel Cabooses of the Chesapeake & Ohio Dwight Jones. ISBN # Steel Cabooses of the Chesapeake & Ohio Dwight Jones. ISBN # C&O History - The Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Magazine. October - Vol No. C&O CABOOSE HOME Steel cabooses of the Chesapeake & Ohio, Jan 1, by Dwight Jones Steel Cabooses of the Chesapeake & Ohio Jan 1, by Dwight Jones Hardcover. $ More Buying Choices Goodreads Book reviews & recommendations: IMDb Movies, TV & Celebrities: Steel Cabooses of the Chesapeake & Ohio , Dwight Jones, C&OHS Publishing, (The best book about B&O Cabooses. No doubt the single best source on the subject. A must have if you are going to do any accurate C&O cabeese. Out of print, but available occassionally on eBay.) Western Maryland Cabooses, Dwight Jones, WMRHS publishing Dwight Jones, in his book Steel Cabooses of the Chesapeake & Ohio (Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society, ) notes the interior layout and end ladder location were different between the two caboose series. The model The caboose is part of the budget-oriented Atlas O Trainman line. It has a one-piece plastic body with a separate :// /06/atlas-o-trainman-o-gauge-chesapeake--ohio-cupola-caboose.
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This list was compiled using information from Steel Cabooses of the Chesapeake & Ohio by Dwight Jones, from an article on preserved wooden C&O and PM cabooses, in the September, issue of the Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Magazine, and from Roger Kirkpatrick's list of preserved C&O I compared the model to prototype drawings in Dwight Jones’ Steel Cabooses of the Chesapeake & Ohio to (The Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society Inc., ). Virtually all of the major dimensions follow published data. The one discrepancy was the distance over the strikers, which is a scale foot :// //07/atlas-o-trainman-line-chesapeake--ohio-caboose. The first all-steel cabooses built for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad were produced in by the Magor Car Corporation in Clifton, N.J. Magor, along with St. Louis Car Company and ACF, ultimately built a total of cabooses for the C&O using a similar design. The last were produced in Through subsequent rebuilding and modernization, many remained in service through the end of regular A steel cupola caboose based on a Chesapeake & Ohio prototype is the latest addition to the Atlas O Trainman line. The injection-molded plastic model features see-through plastic running boards, interior lighting, and die-cast metal trucks and couplers. Prototype history. The Chesapeake & Ohio ordered cabooses from Amer-ican Car & Foundry //07/atlas-o-trainman-line-chesapeake--ohio-caboose.