Weather was abysmal, but the at least the subject is rare and worthy. Green Bay & Western Alco RS3 (RS3u) No. 308 leads three Fox River Valley Railroad Geeps on a northbound freight departing Nort... (more)
The morning sun hasn't had time to burn off the hoarfrost as GBW 313 leads train #2 north of Arcadia, WI. in October of 1986.
GB&W 2407, an Alco RSD-15, smokes it up as it leads the caboose train out of the Illinois Railway Museum grounds during the annual Diesel Days event.
GB&W Alco RS11 309 rests by the sand tower at the roads Norwood yard In Green Bay in October 1981. At some point this unit was chopnosed by the road or perhaps someone else. Photo taken with pe... (more)
Green Bay & Western train 2 crosses the Wisconsin River at Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, on the afternoon of October 3, 1992. The Badger State is known for its paper production, and a large paper p... (more)
GBW 313 switches some cars at Taylor, WI on a hot and hazy day in May of 1992. GBW's Alco's always put on a good show.
Green Bay & Western train 2 crosses a bridge parallel to a dam on the Black River that forms Lake Arbutus at Hatfield, Wisconsin, on December 5, 1992. The train is pulled by a quartet of GB&W Alco... (more)
Checking his paperworkAs Green Bay & Western Alco RS11u No. 309 makes its next move, a switchman carefully checks his paperwork to make sure nothing is overlooked at GB&W’s Norwood Ya... (more)
GBW 315 leads train #1 out of Green Bay, WI in September of 1977. Fran Wiener Kodachrome from my collection.
Not long after departing East Winona, Green Bay & Western train 2 rambles through Wisconsin farm country at Marshland on the morning of December 5, 1992. The eastbound train is powered by a quarte... (more)
A special pain Job on GB&W Alco C424 # 312. The Unit Is named the Homer E McGee. The Shiny Units sit on a dreary spring Day in 1982 at the Roads shop in Green Bay
In the setting sun, GBW 2407 shines in the sun outside of Barn 2 during Showcase Weekend 2020.
GBW RS-27 #318 leads train #1 thru Seymour, WI in May of 1979. The GBW really kept their engines clean at this time! Fran Wiener Kodachrome from my collection.
A GBW switch job crosses the CNW diamonds while drilling cars on a sunny but bitterly cold day.
Green Bay & Western caboose 117 brings up the markers on eastbound train 2 at Hixon, Wisconsin.