The Rocky Mountain Railroad Club has been one of the premiere rail enthusiast organizations in the western US since 1939, and in that time has amassed an amazing number of newsletters, trip booklets, flyers, and other paper ephemera. The club has always taken an active role in historic preservation, though charters, last runs, buying and preserving equipment, and after eighty plus years, our organization has become historic in its own right. This archive aims to make that history available to all, with the idea that the club now has a history of its own to be preserved. Many of these newsletters include first-hand accounts of railroad news in Colorado, Wyoming, and surrounding states, and hopefully will be useful to researchers at large.
I'd like to thank former club president Dave Goss and other club members who worked to assemble this massive collection of newsletters, and the RMRRC board for allowing me to scan and make these available to everyone. If you have newsletters, trip guides, or other RMRRC documents that I don't have below, I am always looking for additions to the collection. Please email details to Nathan Holmes.