Tailgating Traditions: The Cockaboose

by nixforsix on October 28, 2010

in tailgating chronicles

One of these is not like the other

Here’s a video that CBS put together about one of the more unique tailgating traditions. South Carolina’s Williams Bryce Stadium in Columbia sits next to the state fairgrounds off campus and on the edge of town. That location unfortunately doesn’t produce a lot of natural character. However in 1990 the Cockaboose Railroad was designed along one side of the stadium. There are 22 pimped up cabooses that are used like gameday condos. Kitchens, flatscreens, rooftop decks, and all just about 50 yards from the game.

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