The Great Northern X215 Caboose is one of the latest additions to our collection of rail car accommodations. This newly renovated caboose has a king bed in the master bedroom and features a gas fireplace for your enjoyment. The caboose is equipped with a full kitchen which includes a four burner stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker.
The Northern Pacific Caboose is one of the latest additions to our collection of rail car accommodations. This newly renovated caboose has a queen size bed in the master bedroom. There are two sets of bunk beds in the additional bedroom for a maximum occupancy of six people. There is a gas fireplace in the master bedroom to make it even cozier. The caboose is equipped with a full kitchen which includes a four burner stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker.
Named for James Jerome Hill, the Empire Builder of the Great Northern Railway, the “J.J.” luxury caboose offers a cozy and inviting Western retreat. Like Great Northern 441, J.J. creatively blends wood, leather and stone to reflect Montana’s rich flora, fauna and landscape. Walls of turquoise aspen and rustic barn wood, accented with recycled chocolate leather, greet guests. The kitchen boasts a full refrigerator, gas range, microwave and copper sink. Lotus granite countertops, glazed hickory cabinetry, and the blue pine eating bar compliment the rich wood interior. The bedroom is walled in spalted birch and barn wood, accented with recycled leather. The queen size bed has a denim duvet adorned with a Glacier Park Pendleton and Hudson Bay pillow shams, echoing the theme of Great Northern’s sleeping cars.
Experience luxury inside a restored locomotive. The Great Northern 441 is unlike any resort you’ll find in Glacier National Park – or anywhere else! Outside, this historic locomotive represents the Great Northern diesels that once rolled past the Izaak Walton Inn every day. Inside, it’s a warm, rustic refuge for two couples or a small family, with luxury and amenities unsurpassed anywhere in the Glacier Park area. There is a 400-year-old reclaimed oak floor, wall accents of birch, cedar and cottonwood, leather comfort sleeper sofa, native Montana Argillite stone fireplace, rubbed oil bronze fixtures, and a 46-inch LCD television for use of DVD’s. GN 441’s interior creatively reflects Montana’s unique blend of flora, fauna and geology. The bedroom invites you with a king size bed topped with a Hudson Bay blanket and pillowcases. An antique wardrobe harmonizes with the blue pine ceiling. Radiator fans in the roof have been transformed into skylights to let in the Montana sunshine during the summer. And on those cold Montana nights, you can crank up the coziness with the fireplace.