Green Bay and Western C424 312 "Homer E. McGee" at Wisconsin Rapids October 1982. Built in July 1964 and named after Homer McGee, former president of the GBW from 1934-1962. This was the... (more)
GBW 312, the Homer E. McGee, leads a boat train across the Fox River in Green Bay, WI in October of 1986. The train is returning to Green Bay after picking up cars at the ferry dock in Kewaunee. T... (more)
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.
We're at the west end of the ex-Milwaukee Road yard in Green Bay,WI. where ex-MILW Engineer Del Westby is going to work on his GBW ALCO.
Green Bay & Western C424 #312 and company works on an eastbound freight at Tunnel City, WI in August 1975. Photograph by more)
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 accelerates east through Marshland after working the BN interchange at East Winona.
Famous for operating an all Alco roster, GBW C424 312 rides the table at Green Bay in 1979.