Cotton Belt Caboose
July 23, 2000


Cotton Belt Caboose

Old No. 66

Old Caboose No. 66

Morris-McCutchen Park

Purchased by the city, Cotton Belt caboose No. 66 was placed in front of the Morris-McCutchen Park in July 2000.

The city council reminds Campbell residents that the caboose is a symbol of the birth and heritage of Campbell, founded over 100 years ago because of the railroad line.

The caboose is being refurbished and painted, and is hoped to be used as a Visitor's Center for tourists traveling the recently-designated Scenic Byways Route, as well as an office for a new and reorganized Chamber of Commerce.

All photos ©2000 by Hal Miller
Photos taken with Sony Mavica® FD-91.

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