- You may have spotted the displays in the C & G Grandstand. The web site takes it a step further, making material accessible online.
Early news dates from the birth of the club, and covers the move from the Spa to Kingsholm, the first international in 1900 and the dramatic burning down of the grandstand in 1933.
Player profiles include the likes of Tommy Bagwell, Whacker Smith, Bumps Carpenter, Tom Voyce, Kit Tanner, Digger Morris, Peter Butler, Mike Teague and Phil Vickery.
A timeline traces the highlights - and occasional lowlights - of the club's long history, and there are enough old match programmes and match results to satisfy the most ardent fan's desire for details and statistics.
The site also includes some of the cartoons that appeared in The Citizen in the 1920s, a trivia section and audio clips of interviews with players past and present.
These are still early days - only one year into a three-year project. We shall keep adding new material to the website, but this is also where you come in.
Do you have memorabilia you could donate or loan?
Examples include old match programmes, photos, news articles, caps, shirts, signed match balls or players' medals.
Anything you can provide will be photographed for uploading to the web site, stored for public viewing at Gloucestershire Archives or displayed at Kingsholm (with your permission). Any contributions will be acknowledged in the archive catalogue, on displays, and on the website.
Tours of the Kingsholm displays can be arranged through the club.
Why not take a look at the web site and offer your comments, ideas and anecdotes? It is easy to navigate and allows you to submit short articles, with images. Any resulting article (subject to checking of appropriateness of content) will appear on the site, either with your name, or anonymously if you prefer.
Whether you are an occasional follower of Gloucester, a lifelong fan or have professional connections with the club, the project would like to hear from you. Whenever new items feature, they will be highlighted in the "What's New" part of the site.
Gloucester Rugby is rightly proud of its long heritage, and with the Gloucester Rugby Community Heritage Project the club is leading the way for others.
The foundations of the project lie in the demolition of the old South Stand, which revealed a goldmine of old photographs, papers and other memorabilia.
Saved from the skip by Gloucester Rugby Club Community Marketing Manager, Gary Little, 31 boxes of material were welcomed enthusiastically by Gloucestershire Archives.
Thanks to their efforts, financial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund and volunteers from the Friends of Gloucestershire Archives, the project has been working to make this wealth of historical information available to you.
There is far more to the project than a web site. Alongside the Kingsholm displays, the focus will soon turn to delivering educational packages to local schools.
The web site is down to you now - please enjoy it and help make it what you want it to be.