Green Bay and Western train No. 1 is at Marshland, Wisconsin, on the morning of December 12, 1992. On the lead is a former Lehigh & Hudson River Alco C420, now GB&W No. 323
GBW 305 is doing afternoon switching, preparing their daily westbound train to Winona, MN and connections with CBQ, MILW, and CNW. I never saw another GBW unit in the original color scheme.
Shooting GBW train #1 crossing into Minnesota at Winona was normally a non-event. It usually landed around daybreak and it would be coming right out of the sun. A late running train plus a cloudy ... (more)
Power for No. 1: Green Bay and Western Alco RS-27 No 310 is on the west end of Train No. 1’s power set at Green Bay, Wisconsin. Nothing super exciting about the image, but it is one of my very fir... (more)
GB&W 307 leads the Plover job east with 13 cars as it is about to duck under Highway 54 at the east end of the Wisconsin Rapids yard.
As the GB&W struggled through the 80's the once perfectly maintained Alcos started to show a noticeable lack of the fine exterior finish they had been noted for. A number of them took on a more pi... (more)
Green Bay and Western train No. 1 is westbound at Dodge, Wisconsin, at 8:20 a.m. on October 3, 1992. On the point is GB&W No. 316, a 1962-vintage Alco RS-27.
Green Bay & Western C424 #312 and company works on an eastbound freight at Tunnel City, WI in August 1975. Photograph by more)
Green Bay and Western train No. 2 is at milepost 178 at Whitehall, Wisconsin, on the pretty autumn day of October 3, 1992. The train is powered by Alco C424s Nos. 314 and 320, and RS27 No. 316.
On November 19, 1994, Green Bay and Western boxcars see the end of the line at a scrapyard in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
After another cold northern Wisconsin winter GBW 103 is enjoying the first rays of warm sunshine in the Green Bay yard.
Merrillan crossroads: Green Bay and Western train No 2 cools its heels at Merrillan, Wisconsin for a crew change and some switching. Over at the diamond by the Merrilan depot, a Chicago and North ... (more)
Gordon Lakom photo.
The Green Bay & Western is switching interchange cars for the C&NW.