Then how bright and cosy the interior of the caboose, that was now his home, seemed during the occasional visits that he paid it.
The conductor and crew of the local freight were lounging comfortably in the caboose.
A boy whom I had seen busy in the caboose soon came down with a kettle of hot tea.
The man addressed as “Jack” sprang alertly to the roof of the caboose.
They rode in the caboose, the small red cupola-topped car jerked along at the end of the train.
He was not on top of any of the cars, nor in the caboose, and must have been left behind.
Of kitchen utensils we were greatly in want, almost everything having been lost in the caboose when it was washed away.
You 'tack me and I'll have you in the caboose, sure's my name's Gedney Raffer.
Once we had to ride on a special engine; and frequently the caboose of a freight train served our desperate purpose.
Forward is the caboose of the crew, a wide, low, but roomy erection.
[1860s+; prob fr calaboose, ''jail'']