Union Pacific CA-4 Caboose #25103
CA-4 Cabooses Between 1942 and 1975, 750 steel cabooses were delivered to the Union Pacific. Easily identified by a tall cupola centered on the roof, these Union Pacific CA-class cabooses are one of the most recognizable caboose types in North America. The CA-4 class, built at Pullman Standard's Michigan City plant in 1944, featured riveted body panels, Murphy roof panels, a small lavatory window, and "Q"-style trucks when first delivered. The general design and basic features of the unique high-cupola caboose of Union Pacific, however, remained unchanged for over 30 years. ADDITIONAL FEATURES: •All-new tooling •New die-cast metal sprung "Q"-type trucks •Hidden uncoupling tabs •Separately applied metal underframe details •Smoke unit with ON/OFF control •Train crew figures •Detailed and painted interior •Opening doors •Exterior end lights STANDARD O ROLLING STOCK: •Die-cast metal sprung trucks for improved tracking, especially through switches •Operating couplers—uncouple cars automatically with a remote-control or uncoupling track section •Scale proportions •Super-detailed with many separately-applied metal parts •Prototypical paint schemes •Minimum Curve: O-31 (Except where noted) •Perfectly sized to match Lionel Standard O Locomotives

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