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Detailed Green Bay Route steam roster.
This is the expanded version of the data; go here to see the abbreviated steam roster information.

Tractive effort listed in this table is typically based on available values after the 1930s system-wide renumbering.


ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
001 GB&LP 1 4-4-0 Lawrence? 1855? 1871.11.20 1874? ? Advance GB&LP #1 1871 - Sprecht (1966) indicates this locomotives was ex- Boston & Providence RR; Mailer (1989) says probably from the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway (#11?). Crew from the C&NW.
1874.04.11 or before - Retired some time before GB&M #1 (2) was added to roster.
002 GB&LP 2 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Grant 1872.01 1872.01 ? ? $13,000 Samuel T. Marsh GB&LP #2 1876.05 - Overhauled and repainted.
1879.05 - Damaged in Grand Rapids enginehouse fire along with #7 and repaired under contract by Wisconsin Central's Stevens Point shops. In service by 1879.09.29.
003 GB&LP 3 Photos 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Grant 1872.01 1872.01 1892? ? $13,000 Joseph H. Scranton GB&LP #3 - Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1871.12.19 - Pulled first train into New London.
1880.07.09 - Damaged in fatal derailment west of Whitehall.
1892.12 - Likely retired on or before the arrival of GBW&StP #3(2).
004 GB&LP 4 4-4-0 74,000 Grant 1872.09 1872.09 1899? ? $10,000 Moses Taylor GB&LP #4 date? - Sold to I&N #1.
date? - Traded to GB&W for I&N #1 (GBW #?).
005 GB&LP 5 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth 1872.12 1872.12 1899? ? $10,700 John I. Blair GB&LP #5 - Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
006 GB&LP 6 4-4-0 Grant 1872.12 1872.12 1910? ? $10,700 George F. Talman GB&LP #6 1876.06 - May have been severely damaged in a Marshland Jct. enginehouse fire.
1906 - Perhaps rebuilt as KGB&W #35?.
007 GB&LP 7 4-4-0 Grant 1873.06 1873.06.11 1892 ? $12,250 Charles H. Russell / Winona GB&LP #7 - Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1879.05 - Damaged in Grand Rapids enginehouse fire along with #2 and repaired under contract by Wisconsin Central's Stevens Point shops. In service by 1879.09.29.
1879? - Renamed 'Winona,' perhaps when GB&M #16-19 were acquired.
1892.11.22 - Probably sold to A&W as #1.
008 GB&LP 8 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Grant #1068 1873.06 1873.06.13 1919.07.26 ? $12,250 William E. Dodge GB&LP #8 - Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1880 ca. - Equipped with a large back-up light on the cab, presumably typically assigned to the Stevens Point branch.
1919.07.26 - Last of the original GB&LP loco fleet to be scrapped.
009 GB&LP 9 4-4-0 Grant #1069 1873.08 1873.08.06 1910 1912.10 $12,250 Roswell G. Rolston GB&LP #9
010 GB&M 1 (1) 4-4-0 Lawrence? 1855? 1871.11.20 1874? ? GB&M #1 (1) Originally GB&LP #1
1871 - Sprecht (1966) indicates this locomotives was ex- Boston & Providence RR; Mailer (1989) says probably from the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway (#11?). Crew from the C&NW.
1874.04.11 or before - Retired some time before GB&M #1 (2) was added to roster.
011 GB&M 1 (2) 0-4-0 48'' 16'' x 24'' Grant 1874.03 1874.04.11 ? ? $12,250 Diamond Jo GB&M #1 (2) - Originally used at Green Bay, later at Wisconsin Rapids.
012 GB&M 2 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Grant 1872.01 1872.01 ? ? $13,000 Samuel T. Marsh GB&M #2 Originally GB&LP #2
1876.05 - Overhauled and repainted.
1879.05 - Damaged in Grand Rapids enginehouse fire along with #7 and repaired under contract by Wisconsin Central's Stevens Point shops. In service by 1879.09.29.
013 GB&M 3 Photos 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Grant 1872.01 1872.01 1892? ? $13,000 Joseph H. Scranton GB&M #3 Originally GB&LP #3
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1871.12.19 - Pulled first train into New London.
1880.07.09 - Damaged in fatal derailment west of Whitehall.
1892.12 - Likely retired on or before the arrival of GBW&StP #3(2).
014 GB&M 4 4-4-0 74,000 Grant 1872.09 1872.09 1899? ? $10,000 Moses Taylor GB&M #4 Originally GB&LP #4
date? - Sold to I&N #1.
date? - Traded to GB&W for I&N #1 (GBW #?).
015 GB&M 5 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth 1872.12 1872.12 1899? ? $10,700 John I. Blair GB&M #5 Originally GB&LP #5
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
016 GB&M 6 4-4-0 Grant 1872.12 1872.12 1910? ? $10,700 George F. Talman GB&M #6 Originally GB&LP #6
1876.06 - May have been severely damaged in a Marshland Jct. enginehouse fire.
1906 - Perhaps rebuilt as KGB&W #35?.
017 GB&M 7 4-4-0 Grant 1873.06 1873.06.11 1892 ? $12,250 Winona GB&M #7 Originally GB&LP #7
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1879.05 - Damaged in Grand Rapids enginehouse fire along with #2 and repaired under contract by Wisconsin Central's Stevens Point shops. In service by 1879.09.29.
1879? - Renamed 'Winona,' perhaps when GB&M #16-19 were acquired.
1892.11.22 - Probably sold to A&W as #1.
018 GB&M 8 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Grant #1068 1873.06 1873.06.13 1919.07.26 ? $12,250 William E. Dodge GB&M #8 Originally GB&LP #8
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1880 ca. - Equipped with a large back-up light on the cab, presumably typically assigned to the Stevens Point branch.
1919.07.26 - Last of the original GB&LP loco fleet to be scrapped.
019 GB&M 9 4-4-0 Grant #1069 1873.08 1873.08.06 1910 1912.10 $12,250 Edwin F. Hatfield, Jr. GB&M #9 Originally GB&LP #9
ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
020 GB&M 10 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #165 1874.06 1874.06 1923.12 ? $10,000 Edwin F. Hatfield, Jr. GB&M #10 1901.04 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops, 16''x24'', 62'' drivers, 150 psi pressure, weight 39 tons.
021 GB&M 11 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #166 1874.06 1874.06 1934.10 ? $10,000 Samuel Sloan GB&M #11 1901.11 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops.
022 GB&M 12 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #167 1874.06 1874.06 1923.12 ? $10,000 Arthur Boudon GB&M #12 - Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack.
1886 - Converted to burn coal (ca. 1886).
1900.1 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, weight 73,300 lbs, tractive effort 12,450 lbs.
023 GB&M 13 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1003 1875.04 1875.04.30 1923 ? $8,500 GB&M #13 Originally GB&M #16(1)
1879 ca. - Became GB&M #13 by the time second GB&M #16 joined the roster.
1914.12.28 - Sold to GB&W #2.
1915? - Renumbered GB&W #7.
1917 - Brief service on the Ettrick & Northern Railroad during construction.
date? - Sold or traded to I&N #2 for I&N #1.
024 GB&M 14 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1001 1875.04 1875.04.30 1935.02 ? $8,500 Percy N. Pyne GB&M #14 1904.04 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, 17x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers.
1935.07 - Sitting in the dead line at Green Bay.
025 GB&M 15 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1002 1875.04 1875.04.30 1934.01.02 1934.01 $8,500 Thomas Dickson GB&M #15 1903 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, 17x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers, 160 psi pressure, tractive effort 14,960 lbs.
026 GB&M 16 (1) 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1003 1875.04 1875.04.30 1923 ? $8,500 Joseph C. Platt GB&M #16 (1) 1879 ca. - Became GB&M #13 by the time second GB&M #16 joined the roster.
1914.12.28 - Sold to GB&W #2.
1915? - Renumbered GB&W #7.
1917 - Brief service on the Ettrick & Northern Railroad during construction.
date? - Sold or traded to I&N #2 for I&N #1.
027 GB&M 16 (2) 4-4-0 62.75'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #230 1879.04 1879.04 1907.03.09 ? Green Bay GB&M #16 (2) - Delivered as a coal burner.
1907.03.09 - Sold to 'A&G Ry.'.
028 GB&M 17 4-4-0 62.75'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #231 1879.04 1879.04 1915 ? Mississippi GB&M #17 - Delivered as a coal burner.
1899.05 - Assigned to the Stevens Point branch.
1908.01.15 - Sold to W-GB #1.
1913 - Damaged in enginehouse fire.
1915 - Scrapped after an enginehouse fire at Waupaca.
029 GB&M 18 4-4-0 17'' x 24'' 16,807 Danforth #1091 1879.10 1879.10 1937 1939.12 $6,500 Grand Rapids GB&M #18 1905.07 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops, 18x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers, tractive effort 16,807 lbs.
1930 - Often used as a helper engine and equipped with a second air pump for that purpose, ca. 1930.
1937 - Sat derelict outside the Green Bay shops until scrapped in 1939.
1939 - Tender went to GBW #23, usally on Waupaca branch.
030 GB&M 19 4-4-0 62'' 17'' x 24'' 71,000 Danforth #1185 1879.01 1879.01 1923 1924 $8,387 Ft. Howard GB&M #19
031 GBW&StP 3 (1) Photos 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Grant 1872.01 1872.01 1892? ? $13,000 GBW&StP #3 (1) Originally GB&LP #3
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1871.12.19 - Pulled first train into New London.
1880.07.09 - Damaged in fatal derailment west of Whitehall.
1892.12 - Likely retired on or before the arrival of GBW&StP #3(2).
032 GBW&StP 3 (2) 0-4-0 50'' 16'' x 24'' Schenectady #3672 1892.12 1892.12 1923.12 ? GBW&StP #3 (2) - Similar to CM&StP class J-3, built 1893 by Grant. Had an electric generator, headlight and back-up lights in later years.
033 GBW&StP 4 4-4-0 74,000 Grant 1872.09 1872.09 1899? ? $10,000 GBW&StP #4 Originally GB&LP #4
date? - Sold to I&N #1.
date? - Traded to GB&W for I&N #1 (GBW #?).
034 GBW&StP 5 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth 1872.12 1872.12 1899? ? $10,700 GBW&StP #5 Originally GB&LP #5
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
035 GBW&StP 6 4-4-0 Grant 1872.12 1872.12 1910? ? $10,700 GBW&StP #6 Originally GB&LP #6
1876.06 - May have been severely damaged in a Marshland Jct. enginehouse fire.
1906 - Perhaps rebuilt as KGB&W #35?.
036 GBW&StP 7 4-4-0 Grant 1873.06 1873.06.11 1892 ? $12,250 GBW&StP #7 Originally GB&LP #7
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1879.05 - Damaged in Grand Rapids enginehouse fire along with #2 and repaired under contract by Wisconsin Central's Stevens Point shops. In service by 1879.09.29.
1879? - Renamed 'Winona,' perhaps when GB&M #16-19 were acquired.
1892.11.22 - Probably sold to A&W as #1.
037 GBW&StP 8 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Grant #1068 1873.06 1873.06.13 1919.07.26 ? $12,250 GBW&StP #8 Originally GB&LP #8
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1880 ca. - Equipped with a large back-up light on the cab, presumably typically assigned to the Stevens Point branch.
1919.07.26 - Last of the original GB&LP loco fleet to be scrapped.
038 GBW&StP 9 4-4-0 Grant #1069 1873.08 1873.08.06 1910 1912.10 $12,250 GBW&StP #9 Originally GB&LP #9
039 GBW&StP 10 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #165 1874.06 1874.06 1923.12 ? $10,000 GBW&StP #10 Originally GB&M #10
1901.04 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops, 16''x24'', 62'' drivers, 150 psi pressure, weight 39 tons.
ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
040 GBW&StP 11 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #166 1874.06 1874.06 1934.10 ? $10,000 GBW&StP #11 Originally GB&M #11
1901.11 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops.
041 GBW&StP 12 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #167 1874.06 1874.06 1923.12 ? $10,000 GBW&StP #12 Originally GB&M #12
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack.
1886 - Converted to burn coal (ca. 1886).
1900.1 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, weight 73,300 lbs, tractive effort 12,450 lbs.
042 GBW&StP 13 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1003 1875.04 1875.04.30 1923 ? $8,500 GBW&StP #13 Originally GB&M #13
1879 ca. - Became GB&M #13 by the time second GB&M #16 joined the roster.
1914.12.28 - Sold to GB&W #2.
1915? - Renumbered GB&W #7.
1917 - Brief service on the Ettrick & Northern Railroad during construction.
date? - Sold or traded to I&N #2 for I&N #1.
043 GBW&StP 14 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1001 1875.04 1875.04.30 1935.02 ? $8,500 GBW&StP #14 Originally GB&M #14
1904.04 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, 17x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers.
1935.07 - Sitting in the dead line at Green Bay.
044 GBW&StP 15 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1002 1875.04 1875.04.30 1934.01.02 1934.01 $8,500 GBW&StP #15 Originally GB&M #15
1903 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, 17x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers, 160 psi pressure, tractive effort 14,960 lbs.
045 GBW&StP 16 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1003 1875.04 1875.04.30 1923 ? $8,500 GBW&StP #16 Originally GB&M #16(1)
1879 ca. - Became GB&M #13 by the time second GB&M #16 joined the roster.
1914.12.28 - Sold to GB&W #2.
1915? - Renumbered GB&W #7.
1917 - Brief service on the Ettrick & Northern Railroad during construction.
date? - Sold or traded to I&N #2 for I&N #1.
046 GBW&StP 17 4-4-0 62.75'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #231 1879.04 1879.04 1915 ? GBW&StP #17 Originally GB&M #17
- Delivered as a coal burner.
1899.05 - Assigned to the Stevens Point branch.
1908.01.15 - Sold to W-GB #1.
1913 - Damaged in enginehouse fire.
1915 - Scrapped after an enginehouse fire at Waupaca.
047 GBW&StP 18 4-4-0 17'' x 24'' 16,807 Danforth #1091 1879.10 1879.10 1937 1939.12 $6,500 GBW&StP #18 Originally GB&M #18
1905.07 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops, 18x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers, tractive effort 16,807 lbs.
1930 - Often used as a helper engine and equipped with a second air pump for that purpose, ca. 1930.
1937 - Sat derelict outside the Green Bay shops until scrapped in 1939.
1939 - Tender went to GBW #23, usally on Waupaca branch.
048 GBW&StP 19 4-4-0 62'' 17'' x 24'' 71,000 Danforth #1185 1879.01 1879.01 1923 1924 $8,387 GBW&StP #19 Originally GB&M #19
049 GBW&StP 20 4-4-0 63'' 17'' x 24'' 14,972 Schenectady #3507 1891.06 1891.06 1937.04 ? $9,304 GBW&StP #20 1891.06 - #20-#22 were similar to CM&StP class H7-b built 1889 by Schenectady.
050 GBW&StP 21 4-4-0 63'' 17'' x 24'' Schenectady #3508 1891.06 1891.06 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 $9,304 GBW&StP #21 1891.06 - #20-#22 were similar to CM&StP class H7-b built 1889 by Schenectady.
051 GBW&StP 22 4-4-0 63'' 17'' x 24'' Schenectady #3509 1891.06 1891.06 1935.09 1935 $9,304 GBW&StP #22 1891.06 - #20-#22 were similar to CM&StP class H7-b built 1889 by Schenectady.
052 A&W 1 4-4-0 Grant 1872? 1892.11.22 1902.12.30 ? A&W #1 - Ex-GBW&StP built 1872-73, perhaps #7.
1899 - Used as a spare locomotive after purchase of A&W #2(2).
1902.12.30 ca. - Traded to Hicks Loco and Car Co as part of purchase of A&W #3.
053 A&W 2 (1) 4-4-0 ? 1894.12 1898? ? A&W #2 (1) 1894.12 - Ex-ICRR. Wood burner at outset, changed to coal burner shortly after arrival.
1895.03 - Converted to coal fuel.
1898.11 - Retired before A&W #2 (2) was delivered.
054 A&W 2 (2) 4-4-0 63'' 17'' x 24'' 14,960 Baldwin #16334 1898.11 1898.11 1931.11 1936.03.01 A&W #2 (2) 1898.11 - Delivered as coal burner A&W #2 (2) after A&W #2 (1) was off of roster. One of only 2 Baldwin locomotives on the roster (the other was 2-6-0 GB&W #92 acquired in 1933).
1906.08.31 - Renumbered from A&W #2 to A&W #31.
1920 ca - Usually handled the passenger trains #11-12 in 1920s.
055 A&W 3 4-4-0 ? 1902.12 1911? ? A&W #3 - Ex- Union Pacific RR.
1902.12 - Acquired from F.M. Hicks Co.
1906.08 - Renumbered A&W #33.
056 A&W 31 4-4-0 63'' 17'' x 24'' 14,960 Baldwin #16334 1898.11 1898.11 1931.11 1936.03.01 A&W #31 Originally A&W #2(2)
1898.11 - Delivered as coal burner A&W #2 (2) after A&W #2 (1) was off of roster. One of only 2 Baldwin locomotives on the roster (the other was 2-6-0 GB&W #92 acquired in 1933).
1906.08.31 - Renumbered from A&W #2 to A&W #31.
1920 ca - Usually handled the passenger trains #11-12 in 1920s.
057 A&W 33 4-4-0 ? 1902.12 1911? ? A&W #33 Originally A&W #3
- Ex- Union Pacific RR.
1902.12 - Acquired from F.M. Hicks Co.
1906.08 - Renumbered A&W #33.
058 A&W 39 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,600 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #55143 1915.06 1915.06 1951.01 1951 A&W #39 1915 - Delivered as A&W #39.
1921 - Renumbered A&W #71 upon arrival of KGB&W #39.
1937 - Renumbered A&W #259.
1941 - Modernized with power reverse, foot warmers, steel pilot and pilot beam, Alemite rod fittings and renewed electrical equipment between 1941-1943.
1947.06 - Sold to newly independent Ahnapee & Western RR; the only A&W steam locomotive to receive the "A&W The Rail-Water Route" herald.
1949.07.31 - Out of service.
1951 - Scrapped in Chicago.
059 A&W 71 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,600 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #55143 1915.06 1915.06 1951.01 1951 A&W #71 Originally A&W #39
1915 - Delivered as A&W #39.
1921 - Renumbered A&W #71 upon arrival of KGB&W #39.
1937 - Renumbered A&W #259.
1941 - Modernized with power reverse, foot warmers, steel pilot and pilot beam, Alemite rod fittings and renewed electrical equipment between 1941-1943.
1947.06 - Sold to newly independent Ahnapee & Western RR; the only A&W steam locomotive to receive the "A&W The Rail-Water Route" herald.
1949.07.31 - Out of service.
1951 - Scrapped in Chicago.
ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
060 A&W 72 2-6-0 B-27 56'' 19'' x 26'' 137,180 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #63138 1921.10 1921.10 1953.04 1953 $29,015 A&W #72 1937.06 - Renumbered A&W #260.
1941 - Modernized with power reverse, foot warmers, steel pilot and pilot beam, Alemite rod fittings and renewed electrical equipment between 1941-1943.
1947.06 - Sold to newly independent Ahnapee & Western RR.
1953 - Scrapped in Chicago.
061 A&W 74 2-8-0 R-1 55'' 20'' x 26'' 148,000 34,960 Alco #53790 1913.07 1927.04.01 1937.10.04 1953.01? $6,450 A&W #74 - Ex-Chicago Peoria & St Louis #70.
1927 - Purchased from Briggs & Turivas, Chicago.
1927.06.08 - In service; may never have actually operated on A&W tracks due to its weight.
1937.01.20 - Renumbered A&W #303.
1937.10.04 - Sold to equipment dealer Harry P. Bourke, Escanaba, Mich. for $1.00 and 'other considerations'; later became Escanaba & Lake Superior #18.
062 A&W 259 2-6-0 B-27 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,600 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #55143 1915.06 1915.06 1951.01 1951 A&W #259 Originally A&W #39
1915 - Delivered as A&W #39.
1921 - Renumbered A&W #71 upon arrival of KGB&W #39.
1937 - Renumbered A&W #259.
1941 - Modernized with power reverse, foot warmers, steel pilot and pilot beam, Alemite rod fittings and renewed electrical equipment between 1941-1943.
1947.06 - Sold to newly independent Ahnapee & Western RR; the only A&W steam locomotive to receive the "A&W The Rail-Water Route" herald.
1949.07.31 - Out of service.
1951 - Scrapped in Chicago.
063 A&W 260 2-6-0 B-27 56'' 19'' x 26'' 137,180 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #63138 1921.10 1921.10 1953.04 1953 $29,015 A&W #260 Originally A&W #72
1937.06 - Renumbered A&W #260.
1941 - Modernized with power reverse, foot warmers, steel pilot and pilot beam, Alemite rod fittings and renewed electrical equipment between 1941-1943.
1947.06 - Sold to newly independent Ahnapee & Western RR.
1953 - Scrapped in Chicago.
064 A&W 261 2-8-0 C-43 51'' 22'' x 28'' 199,000 42,915 Alco (Brooks) #64128 1923.01 1923.01 1950.11.30 1952 $33,450 A&W #261 Originally KGB&W #45
- Superheated. KGB&W #45, GB&W #65 were similar to Toledo Terminal Railroad #47 and Magma Arizona Railroad #5.
1937.05 - Renumbered #398.
1938 - Modernized with A1emite fittings and mechanical lubricators.
1948.1 - Retired from KGB&W roster; sold to Ahnapee & Western RR.; heaviest locomotive on the line.
1949.02.17 - First run as A&W #261.
1950.11.30 - Last run on A&W, only used 35 times. Replaced by GB&W #351.
1950.12 - Sold to Detroit Cairo & Sandusky.
1953.07.31 - Tender used as a track removal car after DC&S abandonment.
065 A&W 303 2-8-0 C-31 55'' 20'' x 26'' 148,000 34,960 Alco #53790 1913.07 1927.04.01 1937.10.04 1953.01? $6,450 A&W #303 Originally A&W #74
- Ex-Chicago Peoria & St Louis #70.
1927 - Purchased from Briggs & Turivas, Chicago.
1927.06.08 - In service; may never have actually operated on A&W tracks due to its weight.
1937.01.20 - Renumbered A&W #303.
1937.10.04 - Sold to equipment dealer Harry P. Bourke, Escanaba, Mich. for $1.00 and 'other considerations'; later became Escanaba & Lake Superior #18.
066 A&W 351 2-8-0 C-38 55'' 21'' x 28'' 174,000 38,200 Alco (Schenectady) #67820 1929.03 1929.04.15 1953.02 1956.03 $34,050 A&W #351 Originally GB&W #69
1929 - Tender capacity was 7000 gallons water.
1929.04.17 - In service.
1935 - Had painted tender herald, white runningboard striping and white tires.
1937.06 - Renumbered GB&W #351 with bolt-on tender herald.
1950.04.21 - Last run by GB&W; the end of steam operations on the railroad.
1950.11.15 - Sold to A&W #351 for $6,000 to replace A&W #261.
1950.12.08 - Put in service on A&W, tender was painted bright red with 'Route Your Freight Via Ahnapee & Western Railway, The Rail-Water Route.'
1953.02 - Last run on A&W.
1956.03 - Scrapped in Chicago.
067 KGB&W 1 4-4-0 62'' 17'' x 24'' 79,100 11,190 PRR (Altona) #158 1872.12 1894.03 1932 1932 $1,900 Kewaunee KGB&W #1 - Ex-PRR #653 class D-3, price listed is what New York Equipment Company paid to PRR.
1899.10.06 - Damaged in derailment and spent most of October in Fort Howard shops for repairs.
1900.05.29 - Damaged in derailment and rebuilt to 52 tons, 160 psi boiler pressure, and 14,025 tractive effort with a Belpaire firebox and new tender and cab.
1902 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops, see KGBW #32 for rebuilt data.
1906.08 - Renumbered KGBW #32.
068 KGB&W 2 4-4-0 63'' 17'' x 24'' Brooks #731 1882 1896 1925.12.12 ? KGB&W #2 - Ex-Chicago & Erie #102? sold via J. T. Gardner Co.
1906.08 - Renumbered KGB&W #34.
069 KGB&W 32 4-4-0 G 63'' 104,000 14,025 GB&W 1872.12 1894.03 1932 ? KGB&W #32 - Ex-PRR #653, assigned KGBW #1.
1902 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with a Belpaire firebox, see KGBW #1 listing for prior data.
1906.08 - Renumbered KGBW #32.
070 KGB&W 34 4-4-0 G 63'' 17'' x 24'' Brooks #731 1882 1896 1925.12.12 ? KGB&W #34 Originally KGB&W #2
- Ex-Chicago & Erie #102? sold via J. T. Gardner Co.
1906.08 - Renumbered KGB&W #34.
071 KGB&W 35 4-4-0 G 63'' 17'' x 24'' GB&W 1906 1906 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 KGB&W #35 Originally GB&W #6(1)?
1907 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W (from GB&W #6(1)?) with Belpaire firebox and 18" cylinders.
072 KGB&W 36 2-6-0 I 56'' 19'' x 26'' Alco (Schenectady) #46834 1909.12 1909.12 1936.04 1936.04 KGB&W #36 - Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 10 tons coal, 4000 gallons water.
1913.09 - Derailment at Forestville spills #36 down an embankment.
1915.04 - Derailment near Forestville (train No. 14) while running tender-first killed engineer Frank Buttrick.
1920 - Derailment near Algoma (train No. 14).
073 KGB&W 37 2-6-0 I 56'' 19'' x 26'' 15,600 Alco (Schenectady) #49688 1911.04 1911.02.24 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 KGB&W #37 - Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 10 tons coal, 4000 gallons water.
074 KGB&W 38 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #54888 1914.09 1914.09 1945.07 1945.07 KGB&W #38 - Superheated steam, piston valves, and Walschaert valve gear. Second air pump added at a later date.
1937.04 - Renumbered KGB&W #257.
075 KGB&W 39 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 138,900 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #63139 1921.08 1921.10.27 1945 1945 $28,400 KGB&W #39 1921.10.29 - Went into service.
1936 - Had white tires and running boards in a ca. 1930 photo.
1937.05 - Renumbered KGB&W #258.
076 KGB&W 40 0-6-0 M 51'' 19'' x 26'' 128,900 28,720 Alco (Schenectady) #51526 1912.07 1912.07 1945.05 1945.05 KGB&W #40 1936.04 - Renumbered KGB&W #140.
1945 - Boiler used as a steam plant at Wisconsin Rapids after scrapping.
077 KGB&W 41 0-6-0 M-1 51'' 20'' x 26'' 142,000 31,200 Alco (Brooks) #37738 1905 1924 1941.05 1941.11 $8,900 KGB&W #41 - Ex-New York Central #4450 class B-56-c.
1924 - Purchased from General Equipment Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
1935 - Rebuilt superheated.
1935.11 - Renumbered KGB&W #141.
078 KGB&W 42 Photos 0-6-0 M-1 51'' 20'' x 26'' 149,000 31,200 Alco (Brooks) #25532 1902 1925 1941.05 1941.05 KGB&W #42 - Ex-New York Central #4382 class B-55a.
1924 - Purchased from General Equipment Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Headlight was centered on the front of the smokebox, somewhat unique for a switch engine.
1935 - Rebuilt probably superheated.
1937.05 - Renumbered KGB&W #142.
1937.05? - Original tender to GB&W #80, received tender from GB&W #145.
079 KGB&W 44 2-8-0 R-1 55'' 20'' x 26'' 148,000 34,960 Alco #53798 1913.07 1927.04.01 1939.09.16 1939.09 KGB&W #44 - Ex-Chicago Peoria & St Louis #78.
1927 - Purchased from Briggs & Turivas, Chicago.
1927.04 - In service.
1937.01 - Renumbered KGB&W #301.
ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
080 KGB&W 45 2-8-0 Z 51'' 22'' x 28'' 199,000 42,915 Alco (Brooks) #64128 1923.01 1923.01 1950.11.30 1952 $33,450 KGB&W #45 - Superheated. KGB&W #45, GB&W #65 were similar to Toledo Terminal Railroad #47 and Magma Arizona Railroad #5.
1937.05 - Renumbered #398.
1938 - Modernized with A1emite fittings and mechanical lubricators.
1948.1 - Retired from KGB&W roster; sold to Ahnapee & Western RR.; heaviest locomotive on the line.
1949.02.17 - First run as A&W #261.
1950.11.30 - Last run on A&W, only used 35 times. Replaced by GB&W #351.
1950.12 - Sold to Detroit Cairo & Sandusky.
1953.07.31 - Tender used as a track removal car after DC&S abandonment.
081 KGB&W 49 2-8-0 R-2 55'' 21'' x 28'' 174,000 38,200 Alco (Schenectady) #67819 1929.03 1929.04.15 1950.11 $34,050 KGB&W #49 1929 - Tender capacity was 7000 gallons water.
1929.04.16 - In service.
1935 - Had painted tender herald, white runningboard striping and white tires.
1936.11 - Renumbered KGB&W #350 with bolt-on tender herald.
1937 - Upgraded with Z-shaped rolled-steel pistons, new rings, front cylinder heads, piston adapters for rear heads, floating mainrod bushings and a Boxpok driver assembly.
1950.11.14 - Sold to Consolidated Water Power and Paper Company #350 for $9,000.
1957.01 - Retired by Consolidated Paper.
1957.03 - Donated to city of Wisconsin Rapids.
1981.1 - Donated to Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, Wis.
082 KGB&W 140 0-6-0 A-28 51'' 19'' x 26'' 128,900 28,720 Alco (Schenectady) #51526 1912.07 1912.07 1945.05 1945.05 KGB&W #140 Originally KGB&W #40
1936.04 - Renumbered KGB&W #140.
1945 - Boiler used as a steam plant at Wisconsin Rapids after scrapping.
083 KGB&W 141 0-6-0 A-31 51'' 20'' x 26'' 142,000 31,200 Alco (Brooks) #37738 1905 1924 1941.05 1941.11 $8,900 KGB&W #141 Originally KGB&W #41
- Ex-New York Central #4450 class B-56-c.
1924 - Purchased from General Equipment Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
1935 - Rebuilt superheated.
1935.11 - Renumbered KGB&W #141.
084 KGB&W 142 Photos 0-6-0 A-31 51'' 20'' x 26'' 149,000 31,200 Alco (Brooks) #25532 1902 1925 1941.05 1941.05 KGB&W #142 Originally KGB&W #42
- Ex-New York Central #4382 class B-55a.
1924 - Purchased from General Equipment Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Headlight was centered on the front of the smokebox, somewhat unique for a switch engine.
1935 - Rebuilt probably superheated.
1937.05 - Renumbered KGB&W #142.
1937.05? - Original tender to GB&W #80, received tender from GB&W #145.
085 KGB&W 257 2-6-0 B-25 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #54888 1914.09 1914.09 1945.07 1945.07 KGB&W #257 Originally KGB&W #38
- Superheated steam, piston valves, and Walschaert valve gear. Second air pump added at a later date.
1937.04 - Renumbered KGB&W #257.
086 KGB&W 258 2-6-0 B-25 56'' 19'' x 26'' 138,900 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #63139 1921.08 1921.10.27 1945 1945 $28,400 KGB&W #258 Originally KGB&W #39
1921.10.29 - Went into service.
1936 - Had white tires and running boards in a ca. 1930 photo.
1937.05 - Renumbered KGB&W #258.
087 KGB&W 301 2-8-0 C-31 55'' 20'' x 26'' 148,000 34,960 Alco #53798 1913.07 1927.04.01 1939.09.16 1939.09 KGB&W #301 Originally KGB&W #44
- Ex-Chicago Peoria & St Louis #78.
1927 - Purchased from Briggs & Turivas, Chicago.
1927.04 - In service.
1937.01 - Renumbered KGB&W #301.
088 KGB&W 350 2-8-0 C-38 55'' 21'' x 28'' 174,000 38,200 Alco (Schenectady) #67819 1929.03 1929.04.15 1950.11 $34,050 KGB&W #350 Originally KGB&W #49
1929 - Tender capacity was 7000 gallons water.
1929.04.16 - In service.
1935 - Had painted tender herald, white runningboard striping and white tires.
1936.11 - Renumbered KGB&W #350 with bolt-on tender herald.
1937 - Upgraded with Z-shaped rolled-steel pistons, new rings, front cylinder heads, piston adapters for rear heads, floating mainrod bushings and a Boxpok driver assembly.
1950.11.14 - Sold to Consolidated Water Power and Paper Company #350 for $9,000.
1957.01 - Retired by Consolidated Paper.
1957.03 - Donated to city of Wisconsin Rapids.
1981.1 - Donated to Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, Wis.
089 KGB&W 398 2-8-0 C-43 51'' 22'' x 28'' 199,000 42,915 Alco (Brooks) #64128 1923.01 1923.01 1950.11.30 1952 $33,450 KGB&W #398 Originally KGB&W #45
- Superheated. KGB&W #45, GB&W #65 were similar to Toledo Terminal Railroad #47 and Magma Arizona Railroad #5.
1937.05 - Renumbered #398.
1938 - Modernized with A1emite fittings and mechanical lubricators.
1948.1 - Retired from KGB&W roster; sold to Ahnapee & Western RR.; heaviest locomotive on the line.
1949.02.17 - First run as A&W #261.
1950.11.30 - Last run on A&W, only used 35 times. Replaced by GB&W #351.
1950.12 - Sold to Detroit Cairo & Sandusky.
1953.07.31 - Tender used as a track removal car after DC&S abandonment.
090 KGB&W 403 2-8-2 D-48 64'' 22'' x 30'' 282,000 47,285 Alco (Schenectady) #68779 1937.02 1937.02 1950.03.08 ? KGB&W #403 1950.03.08 - Final trip on GB&W.
091 I&N 1 4-4-0 74,000 Grant 1872.09 1872.09 1899? ? $10,000 I&N #1 Originally GB&LP #4
date? - Traded to GB&W for I&N #1 (GBW #?).
date? - Sold to I&N #1.
092 I&N 2 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1003 1875.04 1875.04.30 1923 ? $8,500 I&N #2 Originally GB&M #16(1)
1879 ca. - Became GB&M #13 by the time second GB&M #16 joined the roster.
1914.12.28 - Sold to GB&W #2.
1915? - Renumbered GB&W #7.
1917 - Brief service on the Ettrick & Northern Railroad during construction.
date? - Sold or traded to I&N #2 for I&N #1.
093 GB&W 2 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1003 1875.04 1875.04.30 1923 ? $8,500 GB&W #2 Originally GB&M #16(1)
1879 ca. - Became GB&M #13 by the time second GB&M #16 joined the roster.
1914.12.28 - Sold to GB&W #2.
1915? - Renumbered GB&W #7.
1917 - Brief service on the Ettrick & Northern Railroad during construction.
date? - Sold or traded to I&N #2 for I&N #1.
094 GB&W 3 0-4-0 50'' 16'' x 24'' Schenectady #3672 1892.12 1892.12 1923.12 ? GB&W #3 Originally GBW&StP #3(2)
- Similar to CM&StP class J-3, built 1893 by Grant. Had an electric generator, headlight and back-up lights in later years.
095 GB&W 4 (1) 4-4-0 74,000 Grant 1872.09 1872.09 1899? ? $10,000 GB&W #4 (1) Originally GB&LP #4
date? - Sold to I&N #1.
date? - Traded to GB&W for I&N #1 (GBW #?).
096 GB&W 4 (2) 0-6-0 51'' 17'' x 24'' 19,270 Dickson #1097 1899.12 1899.12 1934.10 1934.10 GB&W #4 (2) 1899 - Originally capacity 7.5 tons of coal and 2400 gallons of water; after it was in use the tender was labeled 5 tons and 2500 gallons respectively.
097 GB&W 5 (1) 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth 1872.12 1872.12 1899? ? $10,700 GB&W #5 (1) Originally GB&LP #5
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
098 GB&W 5 (2) 0-4-0 50'' 17'' x 24'' 96,000 Pittsburgh 1898 1904.04.28 1923.12 1923.12 GB&W #5 (2) 1904 - Purchased via Hicks Loco and Car Co, unkown origin.
099 GB&W 6 (1) 4-4-0 Grant 1872.12 1872.12 1910? ? $10,700 GB&W #6 (1) Originally GB&LP #6
1876.06 - May have been severely damaged in a Marshland Jct. enginehouse fire.
1906 - Perhaps rebuilt as KGB&W #35?.
ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
100 GB&W 6 (2) 0-6-0 50'' 17'' x 24'' Rome ? 1910.06 1924.10 ? GB&W #6 (2) - Ex-UPRR?.
1910.06 - Purchased via Hicks Loco and Car Co.
1924 - Traded to General Equipment Co., Cleveland Ohio for KGB&W #41; shipped to to Quaker Coal Co, Carterville Ill. 1924.10.
101 GB&W 7 (1) 4-4-0 Grant 1873.06 1873.06.11 1892 ? $12,250 GB&W #7 (1) Originally GB&LP #7
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1879.05 - Damaged in Grand Rapids enginehouse fire along with #2 and repaired under contract by Wisconsin Central's Stevens Point shops. In service by 1879.09.29.
1879? - Renamed 'Winona,' perhaps when GB&M #16-19 were acquired.
1892.11.22 - Probably sold to A&W as #1.
102 GB&W 7 (2) 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1003 1875.04 1875.04.30 1923 ? $8,500 GB&W #7 (2) Originally GB&M #16(1)
1879 ca. - Became GB&M #13 by the time second GB&M #16 joined the roster.
1914.12.28 - Sold to GB&W #2.
1915? - Renumbered GB&W #7.
1917 - Brief service on the Ettrick & Northern Railroad during construction.
date? - Sold or traded to I&N #2 for I&N #1.
103 GB&W 8 (1) 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Grant #1068 1873.06 1873.06.13 1919.07.26 ? $12,250 GB&W #8 (1) Originally GB&LP #8
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack; later converted to burn coal.
1880 ca. - Equipped with a large back-up light on the cab, presumably typically assigned to the Stevens Point branch.
1919.07.26 - Last of the original GB&LP loco fleet to be scrapped.
104 GB&W 8 (2) 4-4-0 63'' 17'' x 24'' Schenectady #2027 1885 1913.08 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 $2,500 GB&W #8 (2) Originally W-GB #2
- Ex WC #65, MStP&SSM #2007.
1913.08 - Purchased as W-GB #2 for $2,500.
1915 - Accidentally went through the rear wall of the Waupaca enginehouse.
1922.01.01 - Renumbered GB&W #8 (2) after purchase of W-GB Ry.
1932 ca - Removed from service around 1932 or 1933.
105 GB&W 9 4-4-0 Grant #1069 1873.08 1873.08.06 1910 1912.10 $12,250 GB&W #9 Originally GB&LP #9
106 GB&W 10 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #165 1874.06 1874.06 1923.12 ? $10,000 GB&W #10 Originally GB&M #10
1901.04 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops, 16''x24'', 62'' drivers, 150 psi pressure, weight 39 tons.
107 GB&W 11 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #166 1874.06 1874.06 1934.10 ? $10,000 GB&W #11 Originally GB&M #10
1901.11 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops.
108 GB&W 12 4-4-0 61'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #167 1874.06 1874.06 1923.12 ? $10,000 GB&W #12 Originally GB&M #12
- Originally wood burner with balloon smoke stack.
1886 - Converted to burn coal (ca. 1886).
1900.1 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, weight 73,300 lbs, tractive effort 12,450 lbs.
109 GB&W 13 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1003 1875.04 1875.04.30 1923 ? $8,500 GB&W #13 Originally GB&M #16(1)
1879 ca. - Became GB&M #13 by the time second GB&M #16 joined the roster.
1914.12.28 - Sold to GB&W #2.
1915? - Renumbered GB&W #7.
1917 - Brief service on the Ettrick & Northern Railroad during construction.
date? - Sold or traded to I&N #2 for I&N #1.
110 GB&W 14 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1001 1875.04 1875.04.30 1935.02 ? $8,500 GB&W #14 Originally GB&M #14
1904.04 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, 17x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers.
1935.07 - Sitting in the dead line at Green Bay.
111 GB&W 15 4-4-0 16'' x 24'' Danforth #1002 1875.04 1875.04.30 1934.01.02 1934.01 $8,500 GB&W #15 Originally GB&M #15
1903 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops with Belpaire firebox, 17x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers, 160 psi pressure, tractive effort 14,960 lbs.
112 GB&W 16 4-4-0 62.75'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #230 1879.04 1879.04 1907.03.09 ? GB&W #16 Originally GB&M #16(2)
- Delivered as a coal burner.
1907.03.09 - Sold to 'A&G Ry.'.
113 GB&W 17 4-4-0 62.75'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #231 1879.04 1879.04 1915 ? GB&W #17 Originally GB&M #17
- Delivered as a coal burner.
1899.05 - Assigned to the Stevens Point branch.
1908.01.15 - Sold to W-GB #1.
1913 - Damaged in enginehouse fire.
1915 - Scrapped after an enginehouse fire at Waupaca.
114 GB&W 18 4-4-0 17'' x 24'' 16,807 Danforth #1091 1879.10 1879.10 1937 1939.12 $6,500 GB&W #18 Originally GB&M #18
1905.07 - Extensively rebuilt in GB&W shops, 18x24 cylinders, 62'' drivers, tractive effort 16,807 lbs.
1930 - Often used as a helper engine and equipped with a second air pump for that purpose, ca. 1930.
1937 - Sat derelict outside the Green Bay shops until scrapped in 1939.
1939 - Tender went to GBW #23, usally on Waupaca branch.
115 GB&W 19 4-4-0 62'' 17'' x 24'' 71,000 Danforth #1185 1879.01 1879.01 1923 1924 $8,387 GB&W #19
116 GB&W 20 4-4-0 D 63'' 17'' x 24'' 14,972 Schenectady #3507 1891.06 1891.06 1937.04 ? $9,304 GB&W #20 Originally GBW&StP #20
1891.06 - #20-#22 were similar to CM&StP class H7-b built 1889 by Schenectady.
117 GB&W 21 4-4-0 D 63'' 17'' x 24'' Schenectady #3508 1891.06 1891.06 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 $9,304 GB&W #21 Originally GBW&StP #21
1891.06 - #20-#22 were similar to CM&StP class H7-b built 1889 by Schenectady.
118 GB&W 22 4-4-0 D 63'' 17'' x 24'' Schenectady #3509 1891.06 1891.06 1935.09 1935 $9,304 GB&W #22 Originally GBW&StP #22
1891.06 - #20-#22 were similar to CM&StP class H7-b built 1889 by Schenectady.
119 GB&W 23 4-4-0 D 63'' 17'' x 24'' 14,972 Dickson #942 1897.02 1897.02 1940.02.26 1941.06 $9,488 GB&W #23 1935 - Flues refurbished.
1939 - Assigned to Waupaca Branch with #18's tender in final years.
1940.02.26 - Final trip on GB&W, last 4-4-0 on roster.
1941.06 - Sold for scrap, $777.26.
ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
120 GB&W 24 4-4-0 D 63'' 17'' x 24'' 14,972 Dickson #943 1897.02 1897.02 1937.04 1937.04 $9,488 GB&W #24
121 GB&W 25 4-4-0 D 63'' 17'' x 24'' Dickson #995 1898.05 1898.05 1935.06 1935.06 $9,695 GB&W #25
122 GB&W 26 4-4-0 D 63'' 17'' x 24'' Dickson #996 1898.05 1898.05 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 $9,695 GB&W #26 - Usually assigned to passenger trains 1-2 and A&W summer extra trains in later years.
123 GB&W 27 2-6-0 J 56'' 19'' x 26'' 128,000 Alco (Schenectady) #44539 1907.11 1907.11 1936.05 1936.05 GB&W #27 - Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 10 tons coal, 4000 gallons water. Builder's photo show white tires on locomotive and tender.
124 GB&W 28 2-6-0 J 56'' 19'' x 26'' 128,000 Alco (Schenectady) #45658 1908.11 1908.11 1936.04 1936.04 GB&W #28 - Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 10 tons coal, 4000 gallons water. Builder's photo does not show white tires on the locomotive, in-service photos do.
125 GB&W 29 2-6-0 J 56'' 19'' x 26'' 128,000 Alco (Schenectady) #49687 1911.02 1911.02.24 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 GB&W #29 - Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 10 tons coal, 4000 gallons water.
126 GB&W 30 2-6-0 J 56'' 19'' x 26'' 136,000 Alco (Schenectady) #51527 1912.07 1912.07 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 GB&W #30 - Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 12 tons coal, 5000 gallons water.
127 GB&W 50 2-6-0 J 56'' 19'' x 26'' 136,000 26,600 Alco (Schenectady) #52823 1913.02 1913.02 1939.06.10 1953.05 GB&W #50 - Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 12 tons coal, 5000 gallons water. Wood 'cowcatcher' style pilot.
1935.04 - Rebuilt with Universal valves, Walschart valve gear, boiler reinforcement, and superheater; cost $7153.
1937.06 - Renumbered GB&W #250.
1939.06.10 - Sold to Marinette, Tomahawk & Western #250 for $3,000.
1953.05 - Scrapped as MT&W #250.
128 GB&W 51 2-6-0 J 56'' 19'' x 26'' 138,000 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #54402 1914.01 1914.01 1941.07 1941.07 GB&W #51 - Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 12 tons coal, 5000 gallons water. Footboard on pilot.
1937.05 - Renumbered GB&W #251.
1939 - Last slide-valve Mogul on GB&W after remaining 2-6-0 fleet was modernized.
129 GB&W 52 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #54940 1914.09 1914.09 1948.10 1948.10 GB&W #52 - Superheated steam, piston valves, and Walschaert valve gear. Wood 'cowcatcher' style pilot.
1937.01 - Renumbered GB&W #252.
1939.03 - Modernized with front-mounted bell and all-steel pilot, pliot beam and running boards.
130 GB&W 53 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,200 Alco (Schenectady) #56298 1916.09 1916.09 1948.10 1948.10 $14,475 GB&W #53 - Delivered with Alligator crossheads; the only 2-6-0 on the roster with it, which it retained until scrapping. Tender had arch-bar trucks.
1936.11 - Renumbered GB&W #253.
1939 - Modernized with front-mounted bell and all-steel pilot, pliot beam and running boards.
131 GB&W 54 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,640 Alco (Pittsburgh) #59048 1918.09 1918.09 1937.04 ? $35,658 GB&W #54 - Superheated steam.
1937.05? - Tender went to GB&W 0-6-0 #145.
132 GB&W 55 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,640 Alco (Pittsburgh) #59049 1918.09 1918.09 1939.06.11 1941.07 $35,658 GB&W #55 - Superheated steam.
1937.03 - Renumbered GB&W #255.
1939.06.11 - Last run about this date; crankpin failure.
133 GB&W 56 2-6-0 R 56'' 19'' x 26'' 141,000 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #65975 1924.11 1924.11 1948.10 1948.10 $27,391 GB&W #56 1937.05 - Renumbered to #256.
1939.04 - Modernized.
1947 - Assigned to a work extra for track removal of the Waupaca branch through the summer and fall of 1947.
1948 - Spent much of its final year on work extras.
134 GB&W 60 0-6-0 M 50'' 19'' x 26'' 126,000 28,177 Alco (Schenectady) #62632 1921.01 1921.01 1948.05 1951 $35,040 GB&W #60 - Piston-valve, Walschaert valve gear-equipped; GB&W's heaviest switcher.
1921.02.09 - In service.
1937.02 - Renumbered #145.
1937.05? - Upgraded cab, running boards and boiler; original tender to KGB&W #142, received tender from GB&W #54.
1942.06 - Rebuilt with with piston-valve cylinders.
1948.05 - Sold to Consolidated Water Power & Paper Co., Wisconsin Rapids, for $3,000.
1950.11 - Retired and scrapped upon arrival of ex-GBW #350 at CWPPCo.
135 GB&W 64 2-8-0 R-1 55'' 20'' x 26'' 148,000 34,960 Alco #53792 1913.07 1927.04.01 1939.07.09 1939.09 $8,353 GB&W #64 - Ex-Chicago Peoria & St Louis #72.
1927 - Purchased from Briggs & Turivas, Chicago.
1936.1 - Renumbered GB&W #302.
136 GB&W 65 2-8-0 Z 51'' 22'' x 28'' 199,000 42,915 Alco (Brooks) #64127 1923.01 1923.01 1951 1951 GB&W #65 1936.12 - Renumbered GB&W #399.
1938.11 - Modernized with A1emite fittings and mechanical lubricators.
1948.1 - Various sources give 1948.10, 1950, and 1951 as date the loco was scrapped.
137 GB&W 69 2-8-0 R-2 55'' 21'' x 28'' 174,000 38,200 Alco (Schenectady) #67820 1929.03 1929.04.15 1953.02 1956.03 $34,050 GB&W #69 1929 - Tender capacity was 7000 gallons water.
1929.04.17 - In service.
1935 - Had painted tender herald, white runningboard striping and white tires.
1937.06 - Renumbered GB&W #351 with bolt-on tender herald.
1950.04.21 - Last run by GB&W; the end of steam operations on the railroad.
1950.11.15 - Sold to A&W #351 for $6,000 to replace A&W #261.
1950.12.08 - Put in service on A&W, tender was painted bright red with 'Route Your Freight Via Ahnapee & Western Railway, The Rail-Water Route.'
1953.02 - Last run on A&W.
1956.03 - Scrapped in Chicago.
138 GB&W 80 0-6-0 M-1 50'' 19'' x 26'' 133,000 28,177 Schenectady #5510 1900.03 1922.11 1941.11 ? $9,650 GB&W #80 - Ex-New York Central #313 class B-2 acquired via General Equipment Co., Paterson, N. J.; had unique Fox trucks on tender.
1923.01.19 - In service.
1936.01 - Rebuilt with superheater, Walschaert gear, Universal valves, and new flue sheets, cost $6665.00. Renumbered #146.
1937.05? - Tender from KGB&W #142 used; original tender sold to Oconto Co for their 2-6-2 #6 (scrapped 1939 or 1940, still with painted-on 'Green Bay Route' herald.
139 GB&W 90 0-6-0 M-1 50'' 20'' x 26'' 143,000 31,200 Alco (Brooks) #37726 1905.08 1923.12 1947.11 1947.11 $8,963 GB&W #90 - Ex-Lake Shore & Michigan Southern (LS&MS - New York Central) #4438 class B-56c.
1923.12 - Purchased from General Equipment Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Headlight was centered on the front of the smokebox, somewhat unique for a switch engine.
1936 - Modernized with superheater, power reverse, renewed front and rear flue sheets.
1937 - Renumbered GB&W #143.
ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
140 GB&W 91 0-6-0 M-1 50'' 20'' x 26'' 143,000 31,200 Alco (Brooks) #37737 1905.08 1924.07 1941.08 1941.08 $8,395 GB&W #91 - Ex-Lake Shore & Michigan Southern (LS&MS - New York Central) #4449 class B-56c.
1924.07 - Purchased from General Equipment Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Headlight was centered on the front of the smokebox, somewhat unique for a switch engine.
1937 - Renumbered GB&W #144.
141 GB&W 92 2-6-0 M-1/R-1a 56'' 20.5'' x 28'' 183,900 33,400 Baldwin #17125 1899.10 1933.05 1943.01 1943.01 GB&W #92 - Ex Chicago & Alton #320 (2-6-0) class F-3. One of only 2 Baldwin locomotives on the roster (the other was 4-4-0 A&W #2 acquired in 1898).
1923.05 - Rebuilt as C&A #49 (0-6-0) class B-10, renumbered C&A #307 class B-30 in 1931.
1933.05 - Acquired by GB&W from Iron & Steel Products Co., Chicago.
1933.10.01 - In service.
1935.05.12 - Renumbered GB&W #261.
1935.06 - Rebuilt as superheated 2-6-0 with reverse gear and a rebuilt tender, cost $14,799. Never had a red-and-white GREEN BAY ROUTE herald.
1935.10.25 - In service.
1943 - Used for several months as a heater at the Norwood roundhouse before scrapping.
142 GB&W 143 0-6-0 A-31 50'' 20'' x 26'' 143,000 31,200 Alco (Brooks) #37726 1905.08 1923.12 1947.11 1947.11 $8,963 GB&W #143 Originally GB&W #90
- Ex-Lake Shore & Michigan Southern (LS&MS - New York Central) #4438 class B-56c.
1923.12 - Purchased from General Equipment Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Headlight was centered on the front of the smokebox, somewhat unique for a switch engine.
1936 - Modernized with superheater, power reverse, renewed front and rear flue sheets.
1937 - Renumbered GB&W #143.
143 GB&W 144 0-6-0 A-31 50'' 20'' x 26'' 143,000 31,200 Alco (Brooks) #37737 1905.08 1924.07 1941.08 1941.08 $8,395 GB&W #144 Originally GB&W #91
- Ex-Lake Shore & Michigan Southern (LS&MS - New York Central) #4449 class B-56c.
1924.07 - Purchased from General Equipment Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Headlight was centered on the front of the smokebox, somewhat unique for a switch engine.
1937 - Renumbered GB&W #144.
144 GB&W 145 0-6-0 A-28 50'' 19'' x 26'' 126,000 28,177 Alco (Schenectady) #62632 1921.01 1921.01 1948.05 1951 $35,040 GB&W #145 Originally GB&W #60
- Piston-valve, Walschaert valve gear-equipped; GB&W's heaviest switcher.
1921.02.09 - In service.
1937.02 - Renumbered #145.
1937.05? - Upgraded cab, running boards and boiler; original tender to KGB&W #142, received tender from GB&W #54.
1942.06 - Rebuilt with with piston-valve cylinders.
1948.05 - Sold to Consolidated Water Power & Paper Co., Wisconsin Rapids, for $3,000.
1950.11 - Retired and scrapped upon arrival of ex-GBW #350 at CWPPCo.
145 GB&W 146 0-6-0 A-28 50'' 19'' x 26'' 133,000 28,177 Schenectady #5510 1900.03 1922.11 1941.11 ? $9,650 GB&W #146 Originally GB&W #80
- Ex-New York Central #313 class B-2 acquired via General Equipment Co., Paterson, N. J.; had unique Fox trucks on tender.
1923.01.19 - In service.
1936.01 - Rebuilt with superheater, Walschaert gear, Universal valves, and new flue sheets, cost $6665.00. Renumbered #146.
1937.05? - Tender from KGB&W #142 used; original tender sold to Oconto Co for their 2-6-2 #6 (scrapped 1939 or 1940, still with painted-on 'Green Bay Route' herald.
146 GB&W 250 2-6-0 B-27 56'' 19'' x 26'' 136,000 26,600 Alco (Schenectady) #52823 1913.02 1913.02 1939.06.10 1953.05 GB&W #250 Originally GB&W #50
- Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 12 tons coal, 5000 gallons water. Wood 'cowcatcher' style pilot.
1935.04 - Rebuilt with Universal valves, Walschart valve gear, boiler reinforcement, and superheater; cost $7153.
1937.06 - Renumbered GB&W #250.
1939.06.10 - Sold to Marinette, Tomahawk & Western #250 for $3,000.
1953.05 - Scrapped as MT&W #250.
147 GB&W 251 2-6-0 B-25 56'' 19'' x 26'' 138,000 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #54402 1914.01 1914.01 1941.07 1941.07 GB&W #251 Originally GB&W #51
- Slide-valve, saturated steam locomotive, 12 tons coal, 5000 gallons water. Footboard on pilot.
1937.05 - Renumbered GB&W #251.
1939 - Last slide-valve Mogul on GB&W after remaining 2-6-0 fleet was modernized.
148 GB&W 252 2-6-0 B-27 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #54940 1914.09 1914.09 1948.10 1948.10 GB&W #252 Originally GB&W #52
- Superheated steam, piston valves, and Walschaert valve gear. Wood 'cowcatcher' style pilot.
1937.01 - Renumbered GB&W #252.
1939.03 - Modernized with front-mounted bell and all-steel pilot, pliot beam and running boards.
149 GB&W 253 2-6-0 B-27 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,200 Alco (Schenectady) #56298 1916.09 1916.09 1948.10 1948.10 $14,475 GB&W #253 Originally GB&W #53
- Delivered with Alligator crossheads; the only 2-6-0 on the roster with it, which it retained until scrapping. Tender had arch-bar trucks.
1936.11 - Renumbered GB&W #253.
1939 - Modernized with front-mounted bell and all-steel pilot, pliot beam and running boards.
150 GB&W 255 2-6-0 B-25 56'' 19'' x 26'' 139,000 25,640 Alco (Pittsburgh) #59049 1918.09 1918.09 1939.06.11 1941.07 $35,658 GB&W #255 Originally GB&W #55
- Superheated steam.
1937.03 - Renumbered GB&W #255.
1939.06.11 - Last run about this date; crankpin failure.
151 GB&W 256 2-6-0 B-25 56'' 19'' x 26'' 141,000 25,640 Alco (Schenectady) #65975 1924.11 1924.11 1948.10 1948.10 $27,391 GB&W #256 Originally GB&W #56
1937.05 - Renumbered to #256.
1939.04 - Modernized.
1947 - Assigned to a work extra for track removal of the Waupaca branch through the summer and fall of 1947.
1948 - Spent much of its final year on work extras.
152 GB&W 261 2-6-0 B-35 56'' 20.5'' x 28'' 183,900 33,400 Baldwin #17125 1899.10 1933.05 1943.01 1943.01 GB&W #261 Originally GB&W #92
- Ex Chicago & Alton #320 (2-6-0) class F-3. One of only 2 Baldwin locomotives on the roster (the other was 4-4-0 A&W #2 acquired in 1898).
1923.05 - Rebuilt as C&A #49 (0-6-0) class B-10, renumbered C&A #307 class B-30 in 1931.
1933.05 - Acquired by GB&W from Iron & Steel Products Co., Chicago.
1933.10.01 - In service.
1935.05.12 - Renumbered GB&W #261.
1935.06 - Rebuilt as superheated 2-6-0 with reverse gear and a rebuilt tender, cost $14,799. Never had a red-and-white GREEN BAY ROUTE herald.
1935.10.25 - In service.
1943 - Used for several months as a heater at the Norwood roundhouse before scrapping.
153 GB&W 302 2-8-0 C-31 55'' 20'' x 26'' 148,000 34,960 Alco #53792 1913.07 1927.04.01 1939.07.09 1939.09 $8,353 GB&W #302 Originally GB&W #64
- Ex-Chicago Peoria & St Louis #72.
1927 - Purchased from Briggs & Turivas, Chicago.
1936.1 - Renumbered GB&W #302.
154 GB&W 351 2-8-0 C-38 55'' 21'' x 28'' 174,000 38,200 Alco (Schenectady) #67820 1929.03 1929.04.15 1953.02 1956.03 $34,050 GB&W #351 Originally GB&W #69
1929 - Tender capacity was 7000 gallons water.
1929.04.17 - In service.
1935 - Had painted tender herald, white runningboard striping and white tires.
1937.06 - Renumbered GB&W #351 with bolt-on tender herald.
1950.04.21 - Last run by GB&W; the end of steam operations on the railroad.
1950.11.15 - Sold to A&W #351 for $6,000 to replace A&W #261.
1950.12.08 - Put in service on A&W, tender was painted bright red with 'Route Your Freight Via Ahnapee & Western Railway, The Rail-Water Route.'
1953.02 - Last run on A&W.
1956.03 - Scrapped in Chicago.
155 GB&W 399 2-8-0 C-43 51'' 22'' x 28'' 199,000 42,915 Alco (Brooks) #64127 1923.01 1923.01 1951 1951 GB&W #399 Originally GB&W #65
1936.12 - Renumbered GB&W #399.
1938.11 - Modernized with A1emite fittings and mechanical lubricators.
1948.1 - Various sources give 1948.10, 1950, and 1951 as date the loco was scrapped.
156 GB&W 401 2-8-2 D-48 64'' 22'' x 30'' 282,000 47,285 Alco (Schenectady) #68777 1937.02 1937.02 1950.02.27 ? GB&W #401 - #401-#406 were similar to CMStP&P class L2-a.
1937.02.05 - Arrived via car ferry; first fired 1937.02.08; in service 1937.02.11.
1950.02.27 - Final trip on GB&W.
1952.11.01 - #401-#406 sold to Betten's (scrap dealer) for $6,000 each; moved to Norwood Yard's north storage tracks.
1955 - #401-#406 were moved to the Milwaukee Road's yard in Green Bay.
1956 - #401-#406 were moved to Betten's for scrapping.
157 GB&W 402 Photos 2-8-2 D-48 64'' 22'' x 30'' 282,000 47,285 Alco (Schenectady) #68778 1937.02 1937.02 1950 ? GB&W #402
158 GB&W 404 2-8-2 D-47 64'' 22'' x 30'' 282,000 47,285 Alco (Schenectady) #69187 1939.10 1939.10 1950.03.08 ? $91,667 GB&W #404 1950.03.18 - Final trip on GB&W.
159 GB&W 405 2-8-2 D-47 64'' 22'' x 30'' 282,000 47,285 Alco (Schenectady) #69188 1939.10 1939.10 1950.03.16 ? $91,667 GB&W #405 1950.03.16 - Final trip on GB&W.
ID Marks No. Photos Whyte Class Drivers Pistons
(Stoke x Bore)
Weight
(pounds)
Tractive
Effort
(pounds)
Builder Built
(yyyy.mm)
Acquired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Retired
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Scrapped
(yyyy.mm.dd)
Purchase
Price
Name Number Notes
160 GB&W 406 2-8-2 D-47 64'' 22'' x 30'' 282,000 47,285 Alco (Schenectady) #69189 1939.10 1939.10 1950.03.10 ? $91,667 GB&W #406 1950.03.10 - Final trip on GB&W.
161 W-GB 1 4-4-0 62.75'' 16'' x 24'' Dickson #231 1879.04 1879.04 1915 ? W-GB #1 Originally GB&M #17
- Delivered as a coal burner.
1899.05 - Assigned to the Stevens Point branch.
1908.01.15 - Sold to W-GB #1.
1913 - Damaged in enginehouse fire.
1915 - Scrapped after an enginehouse fire at Waupaca.
162 W-GB 2 4-4-0 63'' 17'' x 24'' Schenectady #2027 1885 1913.08 1936.03.01 1936.03.01 $2,500 W-GB #2 - Ex WC #65, MStP&SSM #2007.
1913.08 - Purchased as W-GB #2 for $2,500.
1915 - Accidentally went through the rear wall of the Waupaca enginehouse.
1922.01.01 - Renumbered GB&W #8 (2) after purchase of W-GB Ry.
1932 ca - Removed from service around 1932 or 1933.
 

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