Both ferries are in as GBW 309 goes about it's chores switching the boat train in Kewaunee, WI in May of 1973. Russ Porter original from my collection.
GBW 320 has finished swapping cars with the carferry in Kewaunee and is on the return trip to Green Bay as it hustles thru Luxemburg, WI in October of 1988. Luxemburg is the current end of the lin... (more)
Two Green Bay and Western Ionic Century 424's are hauling freight westward to the CB&Q connection at Winona. These Centuries were closely watched up until the CN bought out the GB&W in the nineti... (more)
The end is nearing for the GBW and Alco fleet but in 1992 the shops and yard in Green Bay are still active. The 308 and an E & LS SD-9 are at the sanding tower.
GBW 312, the Homer McGee, smokes it up as only an Alco can, as it brings a Boat Train from Kewaunee thru Ryans Corner in October of 1986. I sure miss this railroad.
Green Bay & Western C424 321 crosses South Biron Drive as it switches the paper mill at Biron, Wisconsin.
Working amidst piles of pulpwood, Green Bay & Western C424 321 switches the paper mill at Biron, Wisconsin. The Alco began life as Erie Lackawanna 2415, and ended up at the Livonia, Avon & Lakevil... (more)
GBW 314 blasts past the Whitehall, WI depot in May of 1992. This depot was used to make the Walther's depot in HO scale.
Green Bay and Western's business car #901 rests at Norwood Yard in Green Bay, WI in December of 1986. Originally from the UP fleet, the car eventually ended up on the Algoma Central.
Green Bay & Western Alco FA-1 No.501 and 502 at Green Bay, Wisconsin August 02, 1964. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer listed.
Bob Zwiers photo.
GBW switches their small yard near Broadway Tower in Green Bay, WI in December of 1987. A CNW caboose is trailing a freight as it enters the CNW yard.
GBW 313 leads two sisters as they depart Taylor, WI in May of 1992.
The crew on GBW 313 prepares to dump some ballast in Independence, WI in May of 1992.
The Green Bay & Western’s train from Winona crosses the bridge over the Black River just below the dam at Hatfield, Wisconsin. The guy fishing seems much more intent in pulling something from the ... (more)