With a seemingly endless string of home road covered hoppers in tow, the Green Bay & Western’s Winona train passes through Blair, Wisconsin on its return trip to Green Bay.
The Green Bay and Western’s Winona train sets out a cut of covered hoppers at Blair Wisconsin. Lead C424 319 began life as PRR 2415, and ended up on the Livonia, Avon & Lakeville.
Green Bay and Western train No. 2 crosses a trestle at Blair, Wisconsin, on October 3, 1992.
Nothing quite like an Alco powered train on the Green Bay & Western in winter. I made two visits to photograph the GB&W both times everyone was extremely friendly and I had a great time.
GB&W 318,311,312 round the curve in Blair with 117 cars on train 2.
Four GB&W Alcos roll train #2 eastbound across the
Trempealeau river at Blair, Wisconsin on a cold and clear December morning. This would be the last winter of operation for the Alcos, and it wa... (more)
#2 crosses the Trempealau River at Blair.