NEWS & LINKS
Throughout our web pages we have links to organizations, newspapers, and media coverage. There are many Railroad Museums throughout the world working to preserve the history of this great economic transportation phenomena that continues on today to transport goods and services and passengers from coast to coast; from country to country. Train travel has evolved from the 5 to 10 mph speeds of time long past to the super high speed rail and bullet trains. There are non profit organizations and for profit organizations; those with volunteer staff and those with paid staff. But all have the railroad bug -- the love of trains, whether it was derived from a cast iron train set, Lionel, or Thomas the Tank when you were young, or just the fascination with the variety of rail cars rolling along past you sitting at the railroad crossing. We welcome you to come Ride the Rails with us!
Federal Railroad Administration US Dept of Transportation, federal regulations
and safety procedures
Association of Tourist Railroads & To lead in the advancement of railway heritage
and Railway Museums through education, advocacy and the promotion of
Operation Lifesaver Stop! Look! Listen! Safety at the railway crossing.
National Railway Historical Society Various chapters help to promote the preservation,
and education of railroad history.
Local Historical Societies
Historical Society of Clinton Website with information on historical happenings
and pictures of Clinton Michigan
Tecumseh Area Historical Society 302 E. Chicago Blvd, Tecumseh, MI 49286
Lenawee Historical Society Museum 110 E. Church Street, Adrian, MI 49221
Manchester Area Historical Society Website showcasing events and historical info
Michigan Railroad History Website with various information on past and
present Michigan Railroads.
Saline Area Historical Society Depot museum 402 N. Ann Arbor St, Saline 48176
G & G Trains 1800 Baseline Road, Leslie