Welcome to my web site!
Its been a while since my last major web update, currently I am going thru my link page adding new links fixing or removing old dead links and combing Jim Kube's Web Page into my web page a little more. So soon his old format will Disappear and will be merged into mine a little more and I will hopefully with a friend of mine will be able to add more to this area. Also I will be reducing the size of the Galesburg 2000 pictures. Also I hope to add a lot more info to the WC Modeling page Before it is to late to record the detail on a beloved regional railroad. This index page will Also Contain Jim's Preface and will be stated towards GBW content. I hope every one will enjoy.
I hope you find the GBW web pages an educational, enjoyable, and memorable experience. That's what I aimed for when this site was built. It's what I first experienced myself as a boy, when I first got "the train bug" and laid eyes on the GB&W. I was thirteen and it was 1971. A lot has happened, to me and the railroad. Happily I'm still here; sadly the Green Bay and Western is not.
Look around the site. To those who remember, or worked there, enjoy the trip back. To those too young, or who never saw the line, this is your chance to experience a little bit of the GB&W.
I want to first of all thank Jim for all of his hard work I wish he could of continued his hard work on the GBW Web Page's, but I will help to keep it going on my web space.
I never grew up along the GBW but I have heard many stories from a great friend of mine who grew up in Black Creak, Wisconsin. I may never truly be able to understand the GBW like My friend dose, but it must be like my strong memories of The Milwaukee Road. Now I am proud to host these pages on my web site and I will do my best to keep the tradition alive.
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This page was last updated on 07/20/02.