That's right. Here's some info from a sale site.
"This item is a brass HO Scale model of a Santa Fe Railroad caboose with open air seats. During World War II the Santa Fe got very short on cabooses. To alleviate the situation they converted a number of old boxcars to cabooses by sheathing over the side doors and adding small width side doors, windows in the sides and ends in addition to the usual stoves, desks, and other paraphernalia common to cabooses, but rather than adding a cupola on the cars they added four “park benches” with two facing in each direction. A total of 165 temporary cars were built from selected 36’ wood sheathed box cars from the Bx-W, X, Y, Z, 15, and 17 classes. They retained their truss rod underframes, reverse corrugated or Dreadnaught steel ends and Andrews trucks of their box car origins. They were assigned vacant numbers in the 700, 800 and 900 series made available by the scrapping of 1905-1915 era side-door cars. The model was built in Korea by Samhongsa and imported by Key Imports. The model is in mint condition as is the box and foam in which it was received from the importer."