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Renewals are due by December 31, 2018. seniority re-sequencing takes place
in February. Renewals received after January 31 are moved to the bottom of the list. All
members receive a renewal invoice to fill out and return by USPS mail. You may chose to renew by clicking the
RENEW NOW takes you to our membership renewal page.
Renewals are made as an e-commerce purchase, payment by credit card only.
to see a calender of our upcoming activities.
The Rocky Mountain Railroad Historical Foundation
winners are listed in the June issue of the Rail Report and the Foundation page.
In 1964 Trains Magazine dedicated their 8 page Photo Section to the 25th anniversary of the club.
Click on Trains 25th Anniversary Article
to view this article. It is best viewed as a two sided display.
This site contains information about the
Rocky Mountain Railroad Club, railroad history, stories of historic
Colorado railroad cars,
late breaking train news
for rail fans.
The preservation of rail history includes the memories and stories of the early railroaders
who build and operated the railroads of Colorado. Personnel stories and histories submitted to us are part of Rail
Reports page Personal Histories.
20, acquired in 1952, is one piece of railroad equipment which
the Rocky Mountain Railroad Club owned. On May 31, 2006 engine 20 was turned over to
the CRRM Foundation ownership. An unnamed benefactor has provided funding
to return the engine to operating condition. The restoration is being performed in
courtesy Tote Images
The Rocky Mountain
Railroad Historical Foundation was founded in 1990 by the Rocky
Mountain Railroad Club for the purpose of restoring
historic railroad equipment. For many years our main project was the restoration of Denver and Intermountain No. 25 (the only totally intact,
surviving car of Denver's once vast electric railway system). Car 25 was added to the National Register on January 12, 2012. The foundation page details how this piece of Colorado history was saved from the scrapper.
was one of seven cars that provided passenger service between
downtown Denver and Golden over the Denver Tramway Company's
13 mile standard gauge line. A history of No. 25 can be found
by visiting the Foundation page.
This site is the result
of the enormous contributions of the members of the Rocky Mountain
Railroad Club. All railroad photography and writing contributed
for this project are used with much appreciation.