After many months of hard work by Corbin Pratt from Downs Steam (and our Qld Representative) we are pleased to say the ATHRA website is back online.
Whilst the site isn’t complete and Corbin still wishes to make a lot more changes, the site never the less is back up. We will be getting more functionality happening over time and bringing online more resources for members to use, access to the ATHRA training modules, information to share, future meetings etc.
For now the ATHRA Blog is back up and running for members to stay in touch especially in these trying times where it is business as unusual.
For the website to be a success and for members to get the most value out of it, the ATHRA board will be actively seeking articles from others so that we can share throughout the membership. It is certainly not going to be just the ATHRA Board that needs to contribute but the whole membership needs to assist. Whether it is a short article about your railway, something interesting you have done, a member that deserves recognition, a restoration project that has progressed or completed or as simple as idea/tip that others could benefit from, this all results in stronger communication and mutual benefit for all those involved in ATHRA.
Please encourage all of your members to sign up to the ATHRA Blog to stay in touch and up to date.
We look forward to any articles you might have.