Greensboro

From the "glory days" of steam locomotion to today's fast-paced world of high-speed urban transports, railroading has played a key role in developing our vast American landscape. The Greensboro Chapter of the NRHS works to preserve this heritage by bringing together a core group of individuals dedicated to reliving the past glories and future possibilities of the world's most exciting form of transportation. Founded in 1977, the Greensboro Chapter has activities that include monthly meetings, a library, trips to places of railroad interest, and railroad excursions on some of the Piedmont's most exciting railway systems. We also enjoy railroad literature, music, poetry, and meeting railroad people. Family participation is encouraged and visitors are always welcome. The Greensboro Chapter of the NRHS is a non-profit section 501(c)(3) organization, and contributions are tax-deductible.

Year Established: 
1976
Chapter Address: 
Greensboro Chapter NRHS
PO Box 16745
Greensboro, NC 27416-0745
President: 
Kevin W. von der Lippe
Vice President: 
Dr. Eugene A. Lewis
Secretary: 
Richard L. Coe
Treasurer: 
Allen Tate
Editor: 
Dr. Eugene A. Lewis
Historian: 
Richard L. Coe
National Representative: 
Robert F. Mays, Jr.
Membership Chair: 
Judy G. Mays
Chapter Number: 
145
Phone: 
(336) 476-7629
Meeting Schedule: 
3rd Mon 7:00pm
Meeting Address: 
Galyon Transportation Center
234-B East Washington St
Greensboro, NC