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GBWHS Merchandise

Enjoy each day
the Green Bay Way
with our 2018 calendar!

Special Reduced Price: $5.00 until Feb. 28!

Our 2018 Green Bay & Western calendar features 12 historic photos (9 in full color) and informative captions of the GBW and Ahnapee & Western. This is a hanging wall calendar, 11 inches wide by 17 inches high. Order your calendar today! $5.00 each postpaid for all orders postmarked by Feb. 28, 2018. The price will rise to $8.00 on March 1, 2018. Click here for an order form.

  GBWHS 2018 Calendar

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GBWHS 2018 Calendar Images January: Amherst Junction, 1993. Andrew S. Nelson February: Chief Dispatcher Bud Curran at Norwood, 1962. H. Weldon McGee March: A&W stuck in the snow at Casco, 1960s. Mailer-Luedke collection April: Seymour, 1980. Robert E. Lambrecht May: Merrillan, 1961. Mailer-Luedke collection June: Winona Bridge, 1977. Clayton C. Tinkham July: 310 at Norwood, late 1960s. Dan Luedke August: Switching the Arthur K. Atkinson, 1981. Bill Christopher September: GB&LP no. 3, New London, 1872. Mailer-Luedke collection October: Fox River bridge, Green Bay, 1982. Dan Luedke November: 400s in Norwood roundhouse, 1950. Stan Mailer, Mailer-Luedke collection December: West of Arcadia, early 1980s. Fred B. Hoeser

GBWHS T-shirt now available!

Available exclusively from the Green Bay & Western Historical Society! It’s light grey with a red GBWHS logo on the left front above the pocket.

The back is a custom screen 4 color process photo of GBW C424 312 in its one-of-a-kind chevron paint scheme honoring past GBW President Homer E. McGee. The photo was taken by Larry Nast in February 1982, right after the 312 left the paint shop.

T-shirt 312 detail

This is a high quality Gilban Ultra Cotton/Polyester Blend shirt (99% cotton, 1% polyester). It’s very comfortable and durable, with minimal shrinkage. This is the same type of shirt used by Soo Line Railroad Employees Society with a long positive track record. It’s available in short sleeve sizes M, L, XL, and 2XL. Prices are $23 for GBWHS members and $26 for non-members. Click here for an order form.

GBWHS Shirt front, pocket, rear view

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