The National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin

by Ken Humphreys

Green Bay, Wisconsin in the home of the National Railroad Museum, an exceptional collection of locomotives and rolling stock. The museum features two large display buildings; a theater, gift shop, and exhibit hall; a depot and HO scale model railroad; and a large outdoor collection. The museum is open seven days a week and is well worth a visit if you are in the Green Bay area. The photos below show only a small sample of what the National Railroad Museum has to offer. Most of these photos were taken indoors and it generally was not possible to get a full picture of each locomotive or piece of rilling stock.

More details may be found on the National Railroad Museum web site at

Click on each image below to see its full sized version. Hit your back button to return and view the next photo. All images are copyrighted by Ken Humphreys, August 2006.

London & North Eastern Railroad locomotive #4496, the Dwight D. Eisenhower
Union Pacific "Big Boy" #4017
Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 electric locomotive #4890
Two beautifully restored cabooses
US Army #101 2-8-0 steam locomotive
A US Army switch engine
Pasis-Lyons-Méditerranée boxcar
An 0-4-0 saddle tank engine
A Railway Express Agency delivery truck

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