Noun(1) the area for food preparation on a ship(2) a car on a freight train for use of the train crew; usually the last car on the train
(1) There's only one thing I like more than eating my roast beef sandwich, and that's eating my roast beef sandwich in the caboose of the train.(2) The conductor and brakeman in the caboose were forgotten about!(3) There was only one caboose for all the emigrants in common, but occasionally the ship's caboose was used in addition.(4) The ship's caboose occupied a prominent position in the centre of the encampment; and a small well dug on one side proved that the most methodical attention had been paid by the commander to the comforts of his shipwrecked crew and passengers.(5) Michael and I also rode in one direction on the upper seats in the train's caboose .(6) The caboose starts suddenly, then eases to a gentle roll.(7) At the end of the train was an open caboose where we were able to view the mountain scenery more clearly.(8) We all switched trains, I was offered the chance to ride in the caboose which would lead the way back to Greenbank.(9) This is only worth noting because the train had a caboose , which is rarely seen these days.(10) At the western end the flagman cuts off his caboose and stands at the hand-brake, easing down the speed.(11) she's got a sexy caboose(12) At each stop, children visit with Santa Claus in the caboose before touring two more cars full of holiday displays.(13) The pusher crew was a special class of service, because they had to run around a caboose at Alleghany anyway, so the crew was already making ├ö├ç├┐local rate-of-pay.├ö├ç├û(14) A list of the most influential hip-hop cultural figures of the last 20 years is the caboose on this train.(15) My friends asked what the devices laying on a rack by the yard office were and I briefly explained end of train devices and how they replaced the caboose and how we had one on our own train.(16) The types of trains, and what is between the locomotive and the caboose can be chosen before embarking on your journey.
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Different Formscaboose, cabooses
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