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)
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)
Green Bay & Western RS11 309 switches Norwood Yard in Green Bay, Wisconsin on a pleasant August afternoon. As a devotee of notched noses, I could never get comfortable with the sight of a feathere... (more)
Green Bay & Western RS11 309 switches at Norwood Yard in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The GB&W applied unusual chop noses to several units, including this RS11 and several ex-Long Island C420’s. They a... (more)
Anyone who visited the Green Bay & Western in its last decades undoubtedly encountered the less-than-classic office at Green Bay’s Norwood Yard. Here an RS11 switching the yard passes the struct... (more)
An overview of GBW Norwood Yard in December 1980. RS11 309 is spotted at the sand tower getting topped off with sand. The Strid Grain elevator was built and owned by the GBW and leased to Strid Gr... (more)
RS11 #309 and RS27 #310 lead GBW train #4 as it arrives in Kewaunee, Wisconsin with cars for the ferry to the Ann Arbor on a foggy August 19, 1979 morning.
R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
Green Bay & Western RS11 309 switches the yard in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Alco displays the name H. Weldon McGee in honor of the road’s president from 1962-78.
GB&W Alco RS-11 #309 switches Ann Arbor's carferry Arthur Atkinson in Kewaunee, WI in May of 1973. The City of Milwaukee is also in town in this Russ Porter Kodachrome from my collection.
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.
Green Bay & Western RS11 #309 is nearing its final destination of Kewaunee with a Boat Train in December of 1987. She will soon be switching cars off the carferry at the dock.
A faded 309 works the east side of Plover with a single mechanical reefer in tow. A sight that was once very common that all to soon would disappear from railroading.
GB&W RS11 309 rests with a caboose at the Norwood Yard in Green Bay, WI. Built with a high short hood and originally configured to operate long hood first, she was rebuilt with a low nose and set... (more)
Train #2's crew swaps out power with train #3's crew near the Wisconsin Rapids locomotive terminal. #309 will go east back to Norwood for inspection and maintenance.
Switching at GB&W's Norwood Yard.