RailRoad Research aims to put the resources of the Library of Congress and National Archives at your service by helping you organize your search and pinpoint the records that have your desired rail or other information.
Here is an example of some of the things that you can find in the Archives:
Colorado Narrow Gauge
As the recent articles in RMC (Railroad Model Craftsman) by David Lambert pointed out- there is a wealth of information available in the public archives- that you just can't find anywhere else.
We are 3 miles away from the College Park National Archives site-(less than 120 minutes by car or bus ;^)
I am a researcher
available for LOC/National Archives Research- Audio/Video, Cartographic
and Historical. Reasonable rates, quick turnaround, and intelligent
discussion. We specializes in the millions of PUBLIC DOMAIN films and
photos held by the government. For $300/day, you can expect to receive
30+ minutes of footage and/or 30+ photos, depending on your project.
Shipping is at cost via FedEx. Let us know if you have another shipping preference. Before shipment, all payment must be made in full. You may pay by check, or online through Paypal. You may use the screener footage in your final edit, but mastering is recommended. Mastering estimates are free.
If we can- we will also point you to local historical societies that might have further information.
For DC Library of Congress and Archives searches- we are available 877-256-9890
contact us via email: email
sites we like and visit:
for custom doors- doordesigner.net
railroad research 877-256-9890
View TrainWeb.US Stats