The Northeast Steel Caboose was a standard American style caboose. The most common form was a small windowed projection on the roof, called the cupola. The crew sat in elevated seats to inspect the train from this perch while the train was moving. The caboose also provided the train crew with a shelter at the rear of the train. The crew could exit the train for switching or to protect the rear of the train when stopped.
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