Spend The Night In This North Carolina Airbnb Caboose Made Famous In A Movie Starring Harrison Ford

It goes without saying that spending the night in a rustic-luxe caboose in the mountains of Western North Carolina is something most would jump at the chance to experience. But throw in the history of the P&WV caboose (aside from its time spent on the Pennsylvania & West Virginia railroad) and that exponentially increases the allure of this North Carolina airBnB caboose made famous in the 1993 major motion picture “The Fugitive,” starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones.

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You don’t have to be a fan of Harrison Ford or “The Fugitive” to enjoy a night, weekend, or longer in this rustic-luxe caboose in Bryson City, but it certainly ups the anty on this fun airBnB rental, doesn’t it? Have you stayed in the caboose? We’d love to hear about your experience!

Learn more about the caboose rental from this link on airBnB.com.

Address: Bryson City, NC 28713

For more things to do in Bryson City, keep reading The Tiny Town In North Carolina That’s In The Middle Of Everything.