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Title  [Central Pacific Railroad caboose No. 93]
Date  [189-?]
Description  1 photographic print ; 6-5/8 x 4-3/8 in.
Subject(s)  Central Pacific Railroad Company (159), Southern Pacific Railroad Company (285), Railroad cabooses (4), Railroad employees (61)

Photographic prints (633), Portraits (26)

Summary  Conductor waves from rear platform of Central Pacific wood caboose No. 93. The back of the print is inscribed "Oneill near Brighton." CP 93 is a 32-foot long, wood, side-door caboose, completed October 30, 1889. This caboose was a standard type along the CP and the SP from the mid-1880s until 1897 when the design was slightly changed and adopted as Class CS 15. The car was relettered Southern Pacific February 19, 1924, in Sacramento. The railroad designated the caboose as "worn out" on April 6, 1932,. Its final disposition is unknown.
Owning 
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California State Railroad Museum Library
Copyright  CSRM Library
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PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION
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CSRM Negative 960

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