Maps and information on the Green Bay Route, including affiliated rail lines
- System Map
- The Green Bay Route, including affiliated rail lines.
- 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.
- A track chart of Norwood Yard in Green Bay, Wis.
- 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 be
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.
- The Biron Spur serves the Consolidated Paper mill.