1400 Union Ave.
Kansas City, MO 64101
Doc’s has a complete line of HO and N scale model trains, as well as scenery material, buildings, vehicles, figures, detail parts, tools and electronics - everything a model railroader needs to build an exciting train layout! Doc’s Caboose has a great selection of books, magazines, DVD’s, t-shirts and caps.
Doc's Cabooe, Inc. is a proud member of the West Bottoms Business District Association and West Bottoms Security. They are committed to the safety of the West Bottoms by helping fund off duty officers to provide supplemental patrols to our neighborhood.
Model Train Store:
Doc’s Caboose in located next to some very busy railroad tracks and has a complete line of HO and N scale model trains. In addition to trains, Doc’s Caboose has scenery materials, buildings, vehicles, figures, detail parts, tools and electronics, everything a model railroader needs to build a fun and exciting train layout! Doc’s Caboose has a great selection of books, magazines, DVDs, t-shirts and caps.
Screen Printing and Embroidery:
Doc’s Caboose has been providing top quality textile screen printing and embroidery services for over 15 years. Doc’s Caboose specializes in medium size runs and fast delivery. Call or email for a quote for your next event, fund raiser or corporate apparel needs.
Go west down the 12th Street viaduct to Liberty Street. Turn right (north) on Liberty Street. Liberty Street becomes 11th Street. Turn left (north) on Hickory Street, proceed to Union Avenue. Doc’s Caboose is at the northwest corner of Hickory Street and Union Avenue.
One of the owners, Doc, began his career in the graphic arts, printing and embroidery industry in 1979. In 1993 Doc and his wife opened their screen printing and embroidery business, Doc’s Caboose, Inc. They expanded the business in 2001 to include the model train retail store. Doc and his wife had been renting part of the warehouse at 1400 Union Ave since 1988 and in 1997 they purchased the property. The four story warehouse was built in 1889 and has survived both the 1903 and 1951 floods.