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Union Pacific Cabooses

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By Don Strack

Selected Bibliography

Asay, Jeff. UnionPacific Northwest, The Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company. (Pacific Fast Mail, 1991)

Binder, Gary. "A Quick Guide To U.P. Caboose Trucks"The Streamliner, Volume 14, Number 2 (Spring 2000), page 29 (Union Pacific Historical Society)

Cockle, George. Union Pacific CA-11 Cabooses. (Overland Models, Inc., 1980)

Metcalfe, Terry. "Steel, Cupola-Equipped Cabooses"Union Pacific Modeler, Volume 2 (Metcalfe Publications, 1996)

Metcalfe, Terry. "Union Pacific CA-1 Cabooses"Union Pacific Modeler, Volume 1 (Metcalfe Publications, 1994)

Metcalfe, Terry. Union Pacific Freight Cars, 1936-1951. (Metcalfe Publications, n.d.)

Michels, G. J., Jr. Cabooses of theMissouri Pacific Lines (Missouri Pacific Historical Society, 1996)

Railway Age, Volume 137, Number 3, July 19, 1954, page 12. [Photo of "Drive With Care" safety slogan.]

Schmitz, Lou. UP Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment, Volume 2 (Morning Sun Books, 1996)

Stagner, Lloyd E., and Robert J. Yanosey. UP Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment (Morning Sun Books, 1993)

Union Pacific Railroad. Equipment Record. Covers period of 1926 to about the mid 1980s. This 12-inch thick ledger book is currently in possession of the Union Pacific Historical Museum in Omaha, Nebraska, and contains number by number listings of all locomotives and rolling stock equipment owned by UP and its subsidiaries.

Union Pacific Railroad Historical Society. June 1981 reprint ofUnion Pacific Railroad Painting Guide, 1903-1930, Common Standard No. 22; Specification CS-22, revisedJuly 16, 1923

Union Pacific Railroad Historical Society. "CA-11/12 Caboose Program,"On The System, Volume 1, Number 2, February 1980, pages 5-7.

Union Pacific Railroad Historical Society. "Freight Cars Leased To The Rock, Part 4"On The System, Volume 1, Number 9, September 1980, page 10.

Union Pacific Historical Society. "Questions and Answers"The Streamliner, Volume 1, Number 2, April 1985, p. 10.

Union Pacific Historical Society. "Questions and Answers"The Streamliner, Volume 1, Number 3, July 1985, p. 4.

Union Pacific Historical Society. "Questions and Answers"The Streamliner, Volume 2, Number 1, January 1986, pp. 38,39.

Union Pacific Historical Society. "Questions and Answers"The Streamliner, Volume 2, Number 4, October 1986, p. 28.

Union Pacific Historical Society. "Union Pacific Railroad Co., Safety Appliances and Lettering, DC&H and Outfit Cars, Drawing CD-56"The Streamliner, Volume 5, Number 1, January/February/March 1989, pp. 20-21. Also, "Photo Gallery," p. 26.

Union Pacific Railroad Company, Research & Mechanical Standards. Standard Practice For Painting, Repainting And Stenciling Freight Cars And Work Equipment Cars. June 30, 1948, Omaha, Nebraska.

Union Pacific Railway Company. "Locomotives, Snow Plows, Flangers and Passenger and Freight Car Equipment, June 1, 1889."

Wagner, F. Hol., Jr. TheColorado Road (Intermountain Chapter, National Railway Historical Society, 1970)

White, John H., Jr. The American Railroad Freight Car. (Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993)

MR Workshop, Model Railroader magazine, March 1992, page 146.

Published plans of UP cabooses

"Union Pacific's new cabooses" in Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1980, page 79

"Union Pacific's new CA-11 cabooses" in Model Railroader, April 1981, page 82

"Union Pacific's CA-1 cabooses" in Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1983, page 65

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