Talk:Green Bay and Western Railroad

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Class I or Class II Catergory?[edit]

According to the crieria listed at Template talk:North America class 1:

  1. If it currently exists, put it on the correct template under current.
  2. Otherwise, put it under former in the highest class it has reached.

The GB&W was a Class I railroad from 1918-1975; a class II railroad from 1976-1985; and a class III railroad after that.

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Reference work by Specht[edit]

The cited work by Specht was published as a Historical Soc. Bulletin. For the avoidance of doubt it should be noted that this is a scholarly work professionally published as a hardback book of 92 pages. It is available in a number of Midwest libraries. It does not have an ISBN or Library of Congress number.--Wickifrank (talk) 23:02, 20 September 2011 (UTC)