RailPictures.Net Photo: GN 11 Great Northern Alco S2 at Green Bay, Wisconsin by Dave Schauer
 
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Great Northern (more..)
Alco S2 (more..)
National Railroad Museum (more..)
Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA (more..)
July 02, 2015
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GN 11 (more..)
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Dave Schauer (more..)
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Built by Alco in 1941 for the South Buffalo Railway as their 73 then to Fort Howard Paper Company (now Georgia-Pacific - Green Bay Mill) as their 63-146. The museum acquired the engine in 2006 and painted it two years ago in Great Northern colors with the number 11 after GN's own S2 fleet Nos. 1-10. The long open air passenger car behind 11 was a former missile transport car for the Air Force.
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