The caboose has been gone for so long now that it is hard to remember when each and every freight train had such a conclusion. In this case an eastbound Penn Central freight on the old New Haven main at Port Chester, NY has not one, but two former NYC bay-window cabooses, one still in the original markings. The freight is mostly composed of interchange cars from the Long Island Railroad via the Hell Gate Bridge and Oak Point Yard in the Bronx.
Today, the tracks remain but the distinctive NH triangular catenary is gone, as are the cabooses and the freight. What remains of the Long Island freight business now travels up the Hudson River from Oak Point via the New York State - funded Oak Point Connector, leaving this part of the former New Haven to commuters, Amtrak regionals and Acelas.