How to Store Films and Documents on a Large Scale

If you want to store documents, microfilm, microfiche, movie films, or computer files, there is one place that can handle any size requirements you might have: Iron Mountain. Hidden away in the hills of rural Butler, Pennsylvania, Iron Mountain houses some of America’s most amazing, priceless treasures in a temperature-controlled and humidity-controlled underground storage facility.

If you have an interest in storing anything for a long time, you will want to watch the video at

By the way, I used to work for Iron Mountain but for a different division. I helped customers keep digital files for long-term storage in multiple locations. Some of the servers we used are in this facility in Pennsylvania.

New! Save this article to a PDF file in your computer


Love the new PDF feature!!


What a fantastic Time Capsule for future historians!


Thanks for thinking of us Dick. However, as some others have mentioned there is a lot of extraneous material included in the pdf. Two pages would have covered the article above but there were nine pages. I don’t have the ability to edit pdf files. So, I will probably continue to copy and paste the articles that I want to save to reference in the future.


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