A report on Cupola and Caboose

White marble cupolas cap minarets at the Tomb of Jahangir in Lahore, Pakistan
A Burlington Northern extended-vision caboose at the end of a train in 1993
Cupolas on the towers of Montefiascone Cathedral, Italy.
A preserved Toronto, Hamilton, & Buffalo caboose car on exhibit at the Toronto Railway Historical Association
Interior of cupola ceiling in the old Synagogue of Győr, Hungary.
A retired wooden Grand Trunk Western Railroad caboose
Ribbed cupola crowns the minaret of the Mosque of Uqba, in Kairouan, Tunisia.
The interior of an Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad caboose in 1943
Inside of Armenian Orthodox church cupola in Lviv, Ukraine.
An end-of-train device on a train in 2005
Cupolas were also used on some old barns for ventilation.
A Milwaukee Road cupola caboose at the US National Railroad Museum
View from the interior of the Cupola module on the International Space Station.
The cupola section (vertical projection with window) on a restored caboose on exhibit at the Toronto Railway Historical Association
Trompe-l'œil painting of a cupola in a church in Northern Italy (Brivio)
Seating area in a cupola caboose
A cupola-style caboose with an "angel seat" above
A former Chicago & Northwestern Railway bay window caboose at the Illinois Railway Museum
The dome of Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, also known as the Duomo, in Florence, Italy, which includes a cupola.
An extended-vision caboose on static display in O'Fallon, Illinois
A Conrail transfer caboose
A two-axled "bobber" cupola caboose at the Colorado Railroad Museum, known for the uneven ride its lack of trucks created

The square, dome-like segment of a North American railroad train caboose that contains the second-level or "angel" seats is also called a cupola.

- Cupola

The most common caboose form in American railroad practice has a small windowed projection on the roof, called the cupola.

- Caboose
White marble cupolas cap minarets at the Tomb of Jahangir in Lahore, Pakistan

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