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O-27 Boxcar (O) - Menards is producing their O gauge 40' boxcar in a Green Bay & Western lettering scheme.

40' Wood Reefer (HO) - Athearn is producing their HO 40' wood reefer in a Western Refrigerator Lines paint scheme in three road numbers. The ready-to-run model in Athearn's Roundhouse line.

WRX Reefer Decals (O) - Protocraft has two decal sets for O scale Western Refrigerator Lines wood refrigerator cars. One set is for reefers in the 1929-1950s as-delivered scheme, and another set is for reefers in the 1940s-1960s scheme.

Embroidered jackets - Daylight Sales has jackets with an embroidered Green Bay Route logo on the front. They are available either mid-weight or 3-in-1 with a zip out lining and removable hood, sizes adult small through 6XL.

GB&LP Headquarters - The headquarters of the Green Bay & Lake Pepin Railroad still stands in Green Bay today.

Railfanning the Upper Great Lakes Volume 1 - Includes videos of a GB&W boat train and road jobs between Green Bay and Winona. ( DVD VHS 66 min. )

40' PS-1 boxcar with 6' door (N) - Atlas is producing its 40' PS-1 boxcar in a GBW paint scheme with two road numbers.

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The Green Bay and Western Railroad was a paper carrying line and bridge route operating between the Mississippi River at Winona, Minnesota and Lake Michigan at Kewaunee, Wisconsin, via Green Bay. It was chartered in 1866 as the Green Bay and Lake Pepin to provide an outlet for the region's timber and agriculture.

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