Great Northern Railway Historical Society


New: GNRHS Goat Digital Edition

GNRHS Goat Digital Edition
GNRHS Goat Digital Edition

The GNRHS Goat is going digital!

Starting with the September 2017 issue the GNRHS Goat will also be available as a Digital Edition.

Download the entire GNRHS Goat package to your favourite electronic device and read it anywhere; at home, at work or on the go.

The Digital Edition is downloadable in PDF format and can also be printed on your home printer.

Order the Digital Goat from our online Store and receive an automatic email containing links to download each item in the Goat package.

Order and download the September 2017 GNRHS Digital Goat package now.

Older issues and separate Reference Sheets and Modelers’ Pages will also be released in digital format in the future. Stay tuned!

  Posted on September 8, 2017, by

2018 GNRHS Calendar now available

2018 GNRHS Calendar
2018 GNRHS Calendar

The GNRHS 20178 Calendar is now available. GNRHS Members receive the calendar in their September Goat package but extra copies can be ordered via the GNRHS Company store.

The calendar is also available for purchase by non-members.

Find more details on the 2018 Calendar in the Company Store.


  Posted on September 8, 2017, by

Meet the GNRHS


Even during the summer season our Membership Teams are on the road to promote the GNRHS and Great Northern Railway history.

Our team in the Spokane area recently set up at the Inland Northwest Rail Museum in Reardan, WA for the museum’s 1st Anniversary on Sunday August 27th. The photo shows our booth at the museum with members Jerry Barsness and Gary Thurow. Jerry is enjoying a piece of the one year anniversary cake.

Trainshow season will be kicking off soon and our teams will be visiting many of the shows so keep an eye out for them. Check out our Events list and Calendar for trainshows in your area, and check back often as new dates are being added on a regular basis.

Pay them a visit to learn more about the GNRHS, the Great Northern and how we are keeping its history alive. They’ll be happy to talk to you!

  Posted on September 5, 2017, by

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