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Historical Societies : NRHS Chapters

NRHS Chapters: Websites devoted to Chapters of the National Railway Historical Society.

There are 37 links in this category

Southern Oregon Chapter NRHS
The Southern Oregon Chapter was founded in 1976. It is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the railroad history of Southern Oregon. The Chapter was directly responsible for the initiation and early development of the Medford Railroad Park and continues as a partner in the management of the park in cooperation with the Southern Oregon Live Steamers, the Rogue Valley Model Railroad Club, Southern Oregon Large Scale Trains, the Morse Telegraphy Club, and the City of Medford.

It is the long term goal of the Chapter to rebuild and operate as a tourist excursion railroad a segment of what was once the Medford Corporation (Medco) logging railroad, using locomotives and other equipment originally used in the region. Our objective in undertaking this project is to create a living railroad museum in its original forested environment. As part of this larger project, the Chapter has acquired two of the remaining four Medco locomotives. These are the Medco No. 4, a Willamette locomotive built in 1925 and the Medco No. 8, a Baldwin S-8 diesel-electric switcher built in 1952. Over the years the Chapter has also acquired several other pieces of rolling stock which have also been moved into the Medford Railroad Park along with the Medco #4 locomotive, or stored elsewhere. The cars on display at the Park include a box car, a flat car, a hopper (ore) car, four cabooses, and a flanger. Of these eight cars, three will be restored and modified to carry passengers when the tourist railroad is established.

Info: URL: http://www.soc-nrhs.org/ (Added: 01-Jul-1999)
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Tacoma Chapter NRHS
Tacoma Chapter, National Railway Historical Society

The Tacoma Railroad Heritage Center collects, preserves and interprets Tacoma’s railroad history for citizens and visitors by preserving and documenting the contributions that Tacoma railroading has made to the development of the Northwest and the nation.

Info: URL: http://www.railheritage.org/ (Added: 30-Jan-2001)
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Twin Forks Chapter NRHS
Port Jefferson Station, NY - The Twin Forks Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society was formed in 1996. Our mission is to preserve, promote and educate individuals on the past, present and future events of railroading, especially as it pertains to Long Island, N.Y.
Info: URL: http://www.twinforksnrhs.org/ (Added: 27-Oct-2016)
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Washington, D.C. Chapter NRHS
Washington, DC - We are a diverse group of people with a common interest in rail transportation and its rich and storied history. Membership in our Chapter is fun and is open to all with our common interest. We invite you to join our organization.

Over the course of the year, we conduct a wide variety of activities, including public excursions, train trips, tours, as well as private railroad car journeys aboard the DOVER HARBOR, and monthly meetings.

Info: URL: http://www.dcnrhs.org/ (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Watauga Valley Chapter NRHS
The Watauga Valley Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society (NRHS), chartered in May 1981, is a non-profit, all volunteer, and educational organization dedicated to the preservation of railroading in the Appalachian area - past, present, and future.

If you have an interest in any aspect of railroading, our organization is for you. The diversified membership comes from many backgrounds, occupations, and interests. Chapter memebrship will provide you with the opportunity to meet and share your interests of trains and railroading with others.

Info: URL: http://www.wataugavalleynrhs.org (Added: 25-Aug-2003)
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Western Montana Chapter NRHS
Missoula, MT - The Western Montana Chapter of the NRHS was established in 1996 and serves Montana west of the Continental Divide. Chapter meetings are held on the last Thursday of every month at various locations in Missoula. Our newsletter, the Cantenary And Coal is published monthly.
Info: URL: http://www.mtnwestrail.com/wmnrhs/ (Added: 20-Dec-2000)
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Wilmington Chapter NRHS
The National Railway Historical Society (NRHS) is an exciting way to become involved with railroading past and present. The Wilmington Chapter has put together this site to provide information about their chapter. Why not consider joining the NRHS today. Railroading is fun for the whole family.
Info: URL: http://wilmingtonnrhs.com (Added: 26-Jun-1999)
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