Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum is proud to announce that in partnership with the City of North Adams, Town of Adams, and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation fun train rides are coming back to the beautiful Berkshire Hills!
Operating between the historic communities of Adams and North Adams in the scenic footprint of Mount Greylock and the Hoosac Mountain Range, our new Hoosac Valley Service will feature a round trip train schedule, downtown-to-downtown service and popular special events for the whole family!
Stay tuned as the Hoosac Valley Service develops throughout 2014!
Bringing the track back!
Check out this photo of North Adams Union Station from 1959 by Dick Hover. North Adams was served by the Boston & Maine and the New York Central railroads. Looks like a New York Central self-propelled rail diesel car (RDC) laying over between runs to Pittsfield. Union Station was torn down in the 1960s following the end of passenger service.
In 2014, the volunteers of Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum will be launching the new Hoosac Valley Service connecting North Adams with Adams. Find us on Facebook to keep up with the latest developments as we bring train rides back to the Berkshires! ALL ABOARD!