About the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum Collection
Named by the Boston Globe as one of the “Top 10 Ways to Ride the Rails in New England (2008),” the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization founded in 1984. Its mission is to preserve the history of railroading, particularly in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts. Take a moment to explore our educational exhibits and restorations.
About The Museum
Yokun Block Station
New Haven Caboose Exhibit
Diesel locomotives replaced steam in America in the period following World War II. The Berkshire Scenic Railroad Museum has several examples of vintage diesel-electric locomotives from a variety of builders.
BSRM 67, General Electric 50-ton Switcher
BSRM 0954, American Locomotive Co. S-1
BSRM 8619, Electro-Motive Division SW-8
BSRM 9128, Electro-Motive Division SW-9
BSRM 5, American Locomotive RS-3
Riveted steel passenger cars carried the travelling public from the World War I era long into the 1970s on some secondary routes. Our fleet of vintage heavyweight passenger cars has a long and varied history, tracing their roots to New Jersey and beyond.
Lackawanna Heavyweight Coaches
Baltimore & Ohio Combine 1444
New Haven Caboose C-591
Fairmont Motor Car
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