The National Railway Historical Society (NRHS), founded in 1935, is currently the largest rail enthusiast organization in North America with over 150 chapters worldwide. NRHS is a nonprofit, educational organization whose primary purposes are:
Organized in 1970, the Potomac Chapter maintains a significant presence in the Washington, DC, suburban area. The Potomac Chapter offers many benefits to its members:
Regular membership is the option for people who are members of the NRHS and list the Potomac Chapter as their home chapter. Please visit http://nrhs.com/membership/join to establish your national membership..
Chapter Only membership is the option for people who are members of the NRHS and list another chapter as their home chapter. Just list your home chapter on the membership application form below.
Associate status is the option for people who want to participate in Chapter activities, but don't maintain a membership in the NRHS. Details of this status are:
|You elect to receive newsletter via postal mail||$15.00||$3.00|
|You elect to receive newsletter via email only||$7.50||$3.00|
To get a membership application you can:
|Directors||Bob Dixon-Gumm, Stephen Sery, Carl Franz, Gordon Piscacek|
|National Representative||Rick Davidson|
|Editor, PRN||Clay Moritz|
|Activity Committee||John Morris|
|Program Committee||Jerry Hott, Alex Mayes, John Sery|
Our collection includes the slides and negatives of the late Bob Flack, one of the founding members of our chapter. The photo committee has worked to catalog the material. Our chapter membership includes some excellent photographers.
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