Maps and information on the Green Bay Route, including affiliated rail lines
- System Map
- The Green Bay Route, including affiliated rail lines.
- Casco Junction
- The trackwork at Casco Junction with comments from a former general
manager of the railroad.
- Abandoned Lines
- Lines abandoned by the Green Bay Route, 1922-present.
- American Memory Maps
- The American Memory collection at the Library of Congress includes
historic railroad maps. Here are some of the maps which cover the early
years of the Green Bay Route.
- Coal, Water & Turntables
- Locations of these facilities on the Green Bay Route.
- Freight Routes
- This listing of freight route connections was issued on March 2, 1970
-- the day the CB&Q/GN/N&P merger formed the Burlington Northern
- Over 1500 GB&W customers compiled from a 1943 and a 1953 Directory
of Industries published by the railroad.
- Links to aerial photos and topographic maps of important features of the
Green Bay Route.
- Norwood Yard
- A track chart of Norwood Yard in Green Bay, Wis.
- La Crosse
- Dick Johnson, a rail historian in La Crosse, shared this map and info on
the Green Bay & Western RR in La Crosse.
- Remaining Depots
- Green Bay Route depots still standing.
- The "Baumann Report"
- Jeff Baumann gives his reports on what's happening to the ex-GB&W in
and around Green Bay.
- Branches and Spurs
- La Crosse Branch
- The Green Bay Route's first branch from the main line, and the first to
- Stevens Point Branch
- The Stevens Point branch was a very important part of the Green Bay
Route for over 100 years, serving the Consolidated Papers mill.
- Biron Spur
- The Biron Spur serves the Consolidated Paper mill.