Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot (Green Bay)

The Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot is a historic building located at 200 Dousman Street in the Broadway District of downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, formerly served by the Chicago and North Western Railway. At its peak, it served trains such as the Flambeau 400 between Chicago and Ashland. The depot opened in 1899 and regular passenger service ended in 1971. The building was purchased by the Titletown Brewing company in 1996.[2] It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.[1] The Wisconsin Central still uses the track for freight.

Green Bay
Chicago and North Western Railroad station
Titletown Brewing.jpg
Location200 Dousman Street
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Platforms1 side platform, 1 island platform
Tracks2
History
Opened1899
Closed1971
Services
Preceding station Chicago and North Western Railway Following station
Big Suamico
toward Ishpeming
Ishpeming – Milwaukee Green Bay Junction
toward Milwaukee
Terminus Green Bay – Milwaukee via Sheboygan
Anston
toward Ashland
Ashland – Green Bay Terminus
Anston
toward Scott Lake
Scott Lake – Green Bay
Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot
Titletown Brewing Company Green Bay Wisconsin (31891216032).jpg
The building in 2016
Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot (Green Bay) is located in Wisconsin
Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot (Green Bay)
Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot (Green Bay) is located in the United States
Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot (Green Bay)
LocationGreen Bay, Wisconsin, USA
Coordinates44°31′11.64″N 88°1′2.28″W / 44.5199000°N 88.0173000°W / 44.5199000; -88.0173000Coordinates: 44°31′11.64″N 88°1′2.28″W / 44.5199000°N 88.0173000°W / 44.5199000; -88.0173000
ArchitectCharles Sumner Frost
Architectural styleItalian Renaissance Revival
NRHP reference No.99001633[1]
Added to NRHPDecember 30, 1999

The depot is on the Packers Heritage Trail and is the location of the Receiver Statue. The station was used for the Green Bay Packers' first ever road trip to Ishpeming, Michigan, and other short trips within the Midwest.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010.
  2. ^ "About". Titletown Brewing. Retrieved November 7, 2021.
  3. ^ Chicago and North Western Depot. Packers Heritage Trail.

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