The "Moose Caboose" is a fully renovated 54’ Pullman Rail Car complete with a full kitchen, full bath, and private bedroom with a large picture window. The living room features a fireplace, satellite TV, telephone and a 30’ deck with patio furniture and a gas grill, perfect for entertaining or just relaxing and enjoying the panorama views. There is also a queen sleeper sofa in the living room for additional bedding.
View a slideshow "How a railroad car manifested into a beautiful cabin in the cosmic hamlet by the sea, Homer, Alaska".
The lower level of the Moose Caboose boasts additional living space with a bedroom, full kitchen, dinette, full bath, living room, satellite TV and deck. Perfect for large families or two couples desiring their own privacy.
The interiors feature cozy Alaska décor and limited edition Alaska Railroad prints. The cabinets are well stocked with dishes, pots and pans, cooking utensils, linens, videos and games. In other words, all the comforts and home!
The "Moose Caboose" was built by the Pullman Company in Chicago in 1944 as a rail car in which to house and move troops during WW II. Alaska Adventure Cabins began the conversion to a one bedroom, one bath, full kitchen, and living room luxury cabin in the summer of 2002. The conversion was completed in the winter of 2002.
The conversion included the complete sandblasting and repainting of the exterior which was painted to match the Alaskan Railroad colors of blue and yellow. Large picture windows and a large deck were installed on the ocean view side. From the private deck you can see glaciers, volcanoes, Kachemak Bay and the Homer Spit. A large greenhouse is located outside where flowers and plants are grown to beautify the Alaska Adventure Cabins.
Read William Tatum's poem about the “Moose Caboose”.
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Other Amenities and Services We would be pleased to refer you to some of the best charter fishing outfits in Homer, or make suggestions for sightseeing excursions from the Homer area.