Join Shore Line

Are you interested in joining the Shore Line Interurban Historical Society? Joining is easy!

All memberships are for the calendar year and include a copy of all four issues of our premier quarterly publication First & Fastest, beginning with the Spring issue of the calendar year for which you join.

You may now join or renew your membership online and pay by credit card. Prefer to pay by check? Please use our printable membership form:

2017 Memberships

There are five types of memberships and now there are three delivery options available (print, digital, or both) from Shore Line. Our rates for 2017 memberships are as follows:

       
Regular $37 print or digital, $47 both print and digital

Purchase for yourself
Purchase gift membership

International $69 print, $37 digital, $79 both print and digital

Purchase for yourself
Purchase gift membership

Contributing $50 print or digital, $60 both print and digital

Purchase for yourself

Sustaining $80 print or digital, $90 both print and digital

Purchase for yourself

Page Sponsorship $240 print, digital, or both print and digital

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Page Sponsors may give one free membership to a new member per page sponsored.



Note: If you join Shore Line anytime during the year, Shore Line will promptly mail to you a copy of all issues published to date for the year in which you are joining.



How to Pay by Check

To join Shore Line and receive First & Fastest, follow these easy steps:

  1. Print out a membership application form:
    2017 Shore Line membership application form - print format of First & Fastest only
    This form is available in PDF format. Download Acrobat Reader
  2. Check the box in front of the membership category you're interested in.
  3. Fill in your name, mailing address, and phone number.
  4. Make your check or money order payable in U.S. funds to the Shore Line Interurban Historical Society.
  5. Send your order to:
Shore Line
P.O. Box 425
Lake Forest IL 60045-0425
   
  South Shore 900s are switching the New York Central interchange at Olive, between South Bend and New Carlisle on Saturday, August 12, 1950. The 900s served the Illinois Central from 1929 until 1940 and entered service on the South Shore in 1941. –George Krambles photo, Krambles-Peterson Archive
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When Will My First Issue Arrive?
We strive to have issues of First & Fastest to members by the first day of each season. Please see our publication schedule on our Current Issue page.

 

         
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