RAILROAD OPERATING INFORMATION

CANADIAN NATIONAL

Fox River Subdivision

FORMERLY Chicago & North Western Railway
(Valley Subdivision)
CONSTRUCTED 1859-1862
ABS installed 1914
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: Green Bay 400/1971
DOWNGRADED/ABANDONED 1980's

Portion of former Chicago & North Western "Valley" line from Milwaukee to Green Bay. Line sold 1988 to Fox River Valley Railroad, sold 1993 to Fox Valley & Western Railroad subsidiary of Wisconsin Central, sold 2001 to Canadian National. Line abandoned between Fond Du Lac and Neenah, with trains instead using former Soo Line route, also owned by Canadian National.

Radio Frequency - 160.785 (AAR Channel 45)

Stations/Milepost Locations

Direction is northward from Fond Du Lac to Green Bay
Distance is from Chicago via Janesville

ITALICS INDICATE ABANDONED SEGMENTS

177.2 Fond Du Lac
185.6 Van Dyne
188.5 Black Wolf
194.0 Oshkosh
208.1 Neenah
209.3 Shawano Jct.
210.5 Stroebe
213.0 Appleton
219.4 Little Chute
221.4 Kaukauna
225.5 Wrightstown
236.9 De Pere
239.5 Sugar Factory
241.6 Denmark Jct.
242.0 Tavil
242.4 Mason St.
243.0 Green Bay

1 track, Track Warrants in use, controlled by Wisconsin Central East Dispatcher in Homewood IL. CTC in use Shawano Jct. to Appleton, and through Wrightstown.


CLASSIC TRACK DIAGRAMS

Track diagram as the line existed during 1950's, when when it was a signaled passenger line.