OLD DOMINION CHAPTER- NRHS
 

Links & Points of Interest

SEE THE PRESENT POSITIONS OF ALL CURRENTLY OPERATING
EAST COAST AMTRAK TRAINS HERE.

 

Seattle and the Great Northern Railway

  CHESTER RAILFAN

 

For information on the causes of Asbestos cancer, please visit:

 http://mesothelioma.net/mesothelioma-causes/

The American Flyer Boy's Train Club TV Broadcasts from the 1950's.

These are actual broadcasts from the early 1950's of a TV series presented by American Flyer Trains. Each episode features a representative of one of the country's major rail carriers, who presents information to the boys on railroading.
Click here for Virginia.org, web site for Virginia tourism.
 
A collection of videos centered around the Old Dominion Chapter and other subjects of interest to railfans
Click HERE to visit the RF&P Railroad web site    
The document to the right is a speech, delivered by Felix Deacon, Jr. to the ODC on March 31, 1984 regarding the history of the Norfolk-Southern Railway.
Click HERE to visit The Rail Channel
   
An article from the April 1949 issue of "TIES" which shows Soutern employees including Hull Street Station.
Click HERE to visit the National Park Service site relating to Virginia's Rail History     Download this file and take a self-guided tour of railroad related attractions and landmarks in the Richmond, Virginia area.
Click HERE to View a live web cam at the railroad center in Roanoke, VA.
       

Rivanna Chapter NRHS

website

 

 

Rappahannock Chapter NRHS

website

DCNRHS The Washington D.C. Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. There is information regarding the Chapter, meetings, excursions sponsored by the Chapter, and information regarding their pride and joy, the Dover Harbor!

Collis P Huntington Chapter

NRHS (New River Train )

Huntington, WV

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The Central Virginia Railroad Club

http://centralvirginiarailroad.webs.com/

NRHS This is the "official site" of the National Railway Historical Society (of which the Old Dominion Chapter is a proud member!). Here you will find news of "national" interest and links to all chapters that currently have web sites.
 

Chesapeake Railway Association

Operation Lifesaver is a national, non-profit education and awareness program dedicated to ending tragic collisions, fatalities and injuries at highway-rail grade crossings and on railroad rights of way.
Stop, Look, and Listen!
Trains Magazine This is the online home of our favorite rail-oriented magazine, Trains!
Are you into n-scale modeling?  Check out the site for the Richmond Area N-Trak!!
The Chesapeake & Ohio was one of the railroads that ran in Virginia.  Check with the folks at the Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society for more information on the C & O.
Visit the N&W Historical Society for more information and the Norfolk and Western Railroad, a Virginia favorite!
THE PAGE COUNTY RAILROAD CLUB, LURAY, VA.
http://www.pagecountyrailroadclub.yolasite.com/
ASBESTOS Asbestos is a big concern for workers who deal with certain railroad related jobs. This is a link for an advocacy for people who are concerned about railroad worker asbestos ailments. https://www.asbestos.com/occupations/railroad-workers/
Greenberg Train Show:  This show visits the Richmond area, usually in the spring.  Check their web site for my information.
Link for railroads in Texas
http://www.homeadvisor.com/r/texas-railroad-history/