It has been a busy six months for the Inland Empire Railway Historical Society. We have changed our name to the Inland Northwest Rail Museum, designed a new logo (Thanks to Brian Gage and Pipe & Tabor Design), built a new web site (Thanks to Scott Love and team at Spokane Web Communications), and added a new online store (Thanks to Zane Troester and team at Zome Design). We even have a presence on Facebook (“like” us, please) and a channel on YouTube (your home for regional train videos and the latest film of INRM activities). You can find them both riding the train on the bottom of this page.
That said, this is only the beginning. As plans continue to come together for our move to Reardan, it becomes more and more obvious that our dreams for the museum site, while very realistic, will require more than our current bank balances will allow. That is where you come in.
If you are reading this, we need your help. We want you to join the Friends of the INRM. We want you to visit this site often for updates on our progress and share that news with your friends. We want you to visit us at the fair and at our annual open house. We want you to wear our logo gear. And we want you to help us honor the vibrant railroading past of this region for many years to come. Welcome aboard!