GBW 314 heads east near Arcadia, WI in May of 1992. We spent all day chasing this train and it was worth every minute. Just the sound of the 3 Alco's was worth it!
GBW 314 handles some interchange switching at Merrillan, WI before heading its train east to Wisconsin Rapids and Green Bay. Merrillan was an interchange point with C&NW's Chicago-Twin Cities main... (more)
GBW Alco C424 no. 314 leads a C430 on its eastbound freight as it gets underway at Merrillan, WI after doing some interchange work with C&NW. It is about to cross the C&NW as it heads east towards... (more)
GBW 314 blasts past the Whitehall, WI depot in May of 1992. This depot was used to make the Walther's depot in HO scale.
Green Bay & Western, now part of Canadian National, used to make a daily trek between Green Bay and Winona, MN, serving the paper industry and interchanging with BN and Milwaukee Road. They also c... (more)
GBW 314 waits at the home signal protecting the diamond crossing CNW's Chicago-Twin Cities mainline at Merrillan, WI. The eastbound train from Winona, MN will make an interchange move, then head t... (more)
GBW eastbound train number two Hixton, WI
Green Bay and Western train No. 2 lays down a good Alco smoke screen as it accelerates through Marshland, Wisconsin, on October 3, 1992.
GBW eastbound train #2 approaching crew change point at Merrillan, WI in a littel more than a year the GBW will cease to be.
Green Bay and Western train No. 2 crosses a trestle at Blair, Wisconsin, on October 3, 1992.
Green Bay and Western train No. 2 is at milepost 178 at Whitehall, Wisconsin, on the pretty autumn day of October 3, 1992. The train is powered by Alco C424s Nos. 314 and 320, and RS27 No. 316.
Merrillan crossroads Green Bay and Western train No 2 cools its heels at Merrillan, Wisconsin for a crew change and some switching. Over at the diamond by the Merrilan depot, a Chicago ... (more)
Blowing leaves off the right-of-way, Green Bay and Western train No. 2 passes milepost 178 at Whitehall, Wisconsin, on a pleasant autumn day.
GB&W 314,320,322 are getting ready to do some work at Taylor with 87 cars on #2.
After cutting off from the train outside town, #2's power runs light into Merrillan to switch the CNW interchange.