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[[Image:Virginian Railway Class C1 Caboose.jpg|thumb|Virginian Railway Class C-1 caboose car]]
 
[[Image:Virginian Railway Class C1 Caboose.jpg|thumb|Virginian Railway Class C-1 caboose car]]
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[[Image:VGN Caboose Caboose Red.jpg|thumb|Trainz model of Virginian C-1 caboose]]
 
Drawings of Virginian Railway Class C-1 caboose car from the October, 1909 edition of the ''American Engineer and Railroad Journal''. These caboose cars were designed under the direction of R. P. C. Sanderson, Superintendent of Motive Power, and were built by the American Car & Foundary Company at Wilmington, Delaware.
 
Drawings of Virginian Railway Class C-1 caboose car from the October, 1909 edition of the ''American Engineer and Railroad Journal''. These caboose cars were designed under the direction of R. P. C. Sanderson, Superintendent of Motive Power, and were built by the American Car & Foundary Company at Wilmington, Delaware.
  

Revision as of 00:15, 1 November 2012

Virginian Railway Class C-1 caboose car
Trainz model of Virginian C-1 caboose

Drawings of Virginian Railway Class C-1 caboose car from the October, 1909 edition of the American Engineer and Railroad Journal. These caboose cars were designed under the direction of R. P. C. Sanderson, Superintendent of Motive Power, and were built by the American Car & Foundary Company at Wilmington, Delaware.

The N&W Historical Society Archives has additional drawings and photographs of the Class C-1 caboose cars available for purchase.

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