Canadian Railroad Historical Association
The Canadian Railroad Historical Association (CRHA) (French: L'Association canadienne d'histoire ferroviaire (ACHF)) is a non-profit organization established in 1932 in Canada and is "devoted to preserving and interpreting Canada's railway heritage, which its founders and members have safeguarded from coast to coast." It is headquartered in Saint-Constant, Quebec and organized into 8 divisions located across the country.
The CRHA has owned and operated the Canadian Railway Museum, currently branded as ExpoRail, since 1961. It also has published the magazine Canadian Rail since 1937.
- Calgary & Southwestern Division (covering Alberta and the prairies)
- Charny Division (covering Quebec)
- Esquimalt & Nanaïmo Division (covering Vancouver Island, British Columbia)
- Kingston Division (covering eastern Ontario)
- New Brunswick Division (covering New Brunswick and the Atlantic provinces)
- Niagara Division (covering southwestern Ontario)
- Pacific Coast Division (covering mainland British Columbia)
- Toronto & York Division (covering central Ontario)
- "History of the CRHA". Canadian Railroad Historical Association. 2010. Retrieved 2014-01-29.
- Canadian Railroad Historical Association - official website