We want to get to know you and learn more about your style. By understanding your personal interests in the big wild world of railroading, we can notify you about the best items we have that match your favorite type of modeling as we get them in stock. Lately we have sent out emails about advanced reservation opportunities for all types of modeling. Now, through a fun and simple customer survey, we are working to streamline our email messaging so that each customer can receive email information on opportunities that cater to their own layout specifically. This will eliminate additional emails about the items that don’t interest you. Keep an eye out for our new survey email that covers scale, era, road name preference, region, and more, and let us know what you love most! If you have not yet received any emails from us and would like us to help you reserve that special piece for your personal modeling, just create an account with your email address on our website and you will receive the next announcement. Thanks! -The Caboose Team
Latest Advanced Reservations
Advanced reservations are coming to you! Check your email for the newest items available, or create an account to receive info via email.
What's Neat in Model Railroading
Caboose is proud to be the exclusive sponsor for Model Railroad Hobbyist. Do yourself a favor and subscribe to Ken Patterson's Model Railroad Hobbyist YouTube Channel. In February's edition, you will see two of Caboose's very own, Gerald Styles and Kevin Ruble, discuss their layouts in their current stage of design.
Visit Our Store!
What happened to Caboose Hobbies?
The predecessor to Caboose Hobbies was established in 1938 in Denver, was purchased by Glenn Brazleton in 1951, converted to a train enthusiasts store and renamed Caboose Hobbies. Ownership passed to Glenn’s son Duane Miller and his wife Joanna, who moved the store to the 500 South Broadway location in 1981. Upon termination of the lease at that location in 2016, the assets of Caboose Hobbies were purchased by Kevin Ruble, the store was moved 7-1/2 miles west to Lakewood, Colorado and renamed Caboose (which is what almost everybody called it anyway). So fear not, intrepid train enthusiasts – we’re still here, and more accessible than ever!
Need help finding us? Get directions right from the map.