That's what I was afraid of. I have the caboose from the Seattle convention and that is 1:32 and just doesn't look right with any of my other stock. I don't really need another small caboose, especially at $98.
Thanks for asking that question. I was pondering buying the caboose too thinking it was 1/24. You just saved me $98
Wife went along with the registration fee but doubt she would be happy if I bought something that didn't "fit"
I don't know what the cabooses scale is, as I don't have one, but I do model in 1/32 scale. However as it is based on a Rio Grande 3 ' gauge prototype I would be inclined to think that it is modeled in 1/20th Or 1/24th scale. Just adding my two cents worth.
PIKO makes numerous styles of cabooses to carry your railroad crew and end your train in style. No matter which you choose, every caboose will include the following features: Factory-applied brake wheel, brake cylinder, grab irons, roof smoke jack, ladder and stirrup steps Hook and loop type...
Note 3 types and not all the same scale... the bobber and the work caboose look to be around 1:20.3 and the old-time type looks what, 1:24?