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Wabash Railroad 2774

Explore the Rich History of Wabash Railroad 2774 Caboose

Nestled in the heart of the Grand Junction Display Yard lies a remarkable piece of railroad history – the Wabash Railroad 2774 caboose. This iconic caboose, built in 1945, offers visitors a unique glimpse into the past, showcasing the rich heritage of rail travel in America.

A Glimpse Into the Past

As you approach the Wabash Railroad 2774, you’re immediately transported back to an era when steam and steel ruled the rails. This caboose, with its distinctive design and historic markings, stands as a testament to the ingenuity and craftsmanship of mid-20th-century railroad engineering.

The Role of the Caboose

Traditionally, the caboose served as an office, living quarters, and lookout for train crews. The Wabash 2774 is a perfect example of this, offering insights into the daily lives of the railroad workers who played a crucial role in America’s industrial growth.

Visit and Discover

The Grand Junction Display Yard is proud to showcase the Wabash Railroad 2774, inviting visitors of all ages to step back in time and discover the rich history of American railroads. Whether you’re a train enthusiast, a history buff, or simply looking for a unique outing, the Wabash 2774 is a must-see attraction.

Join us at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum to experience this piece of history firsthand and celebrate the enduring legacy of the railroads that helped shape our nation.


Rolling Stock: Wabash Railroad 2774

Rolling Stock Type: Caboose

Operators: Wabash Railroad, Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

Date Built: 1945

Lettered: Wabash

Status: Display