Webb Rail (WEBX) FL-9 2024 (ex-CDTX 2024, nee-New Haven 2058) has finally arrived at the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum October 3, 2018. The lighting, atmospheric conditions, and long exposure ha... (more)
Conrail SW9 9128 is faded but still wears it's original paint. Now lettered to BRMX, the unit is now a part of the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum.
Housatonic NX12 stops to switch out their train in Lenox, Mass, adjacent to the Berkshire Scenic Railroad Museum.
NX12 sits idling away tied down in Lenox Mass on a brisk mid-20 degree afternoon. The very friendly crew spent a minute chatting with us before loading up in the Suburban to drive back to Canaan, ... (more)
NX-13 comes to a halt in Lenox, MA and prepares to tie down their train until Monday morning, where they'll continue their trip south to Canaan, CT.
"Old meets older"
Berkshire Scenic Railway's RS3 562 sit coupled up to a restored New Haven RR caboose as NX-13 sits in the background. Since the Berkshire Scenic Railway has shifted o... (more)
The second photo of the tied down NX-13 at Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum in Lenox, MA
On a wonderful late April afternoon, Housatonic Railroad's NX-13 prepares to tie down at the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum in Lenox, MA. Today's consist includes 26 cars and the trio of consecut... (more)
A collection of war wagons snooze on a beautiful spring afternoon in the Berkshires on the old 'Berk' Line.
The Canaan/Pittsfield NX-12 road job tied down for the afternoon for a perfect reenactment of a three way meet with Berkshire Scenic equipment featuring representation of three different locomot... (more)
NX-12 sits tied down in Lenox.
The Housatonic Railroad makes a stop to do some switching adjacent to the Berkshire Scenic Railroad Museum at Lenox, Mass. The train is southbound from the CSX interchange at Pittsfield, Mass.
Berkshire Scenic Railway 0954 pauses at the Yokun block station at the line's museum during a night photo event.
Ex- New York Central SW8 cools off with engine doors open. The track in the foreground is all the Museum uses for Fan trips now.