Southern Pacific & Texas and New Orleans Caboose - Kingsland, TX
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member WalksfarTX
N 30° 39.611 W 098° 26.143
14R E 554061 N 3392079
Quick Description: Yellow caboose with Southern Pacific Logo and the words Texas and New Orleans below it. NW 555097 is also on the caboose.
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 2/28/2018 7:54:44 AM
Waymark Code: WMXV5A
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member wayfrog
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Long Description:
This caboose is now part of the Antler Inn Complex and you can stay in it overnight.


The Austin and Northwestern Railroad began construction on a rail line west of Austin, Texas, USA, toward Llano on April 20, 1881. In 1901 the Texas legislature approved the merger of the Austin and Northwestern and the Houston and Texas Central Railroad. As a condition of the merger, a new passenger terminal was constructed at Austin, and the line was extended from Burnet to Lampasas in 1903. The Texas and New Orleans Railroad absorbed the line in 1934 and it was later absorbed into the Southern Pacific Company. In 1986, Southern Pacific elected to abandon the entire 163-mile (262 km) Giddings to Llano line.

Current Use:
Hotel Room

Type Of Caboose: Cupola, "Standard"

Visit Instructions:
Please visit the location of the caboose, brake van, or guard van, provide visit details through photo or narrative.
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