Former Boston & Maine SW-1 1113 spent its recent life in Mt. Tom Power Station in Holyoke, Massachusetts before being acquired by the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum. A view on October 5, 2018 sho... (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.
The Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum (BSRM) is proud to announce the acquisition of First Light 1849 (nee Boston & Maine 1113), a 1941 Electro-Motive Division (EMD) SW-1, from the Mt. Tom Energy Pl... (more)
The Berkshire Scenic Railway Hoosac Valley Service holiday “Tinseliner” service passes the Blue Seal Feed mill in Adams, MA with the RDC-1 #6126.
The Berkshire Scenic Railway Hoosac Valley Service holiday “Tinseliner” service is seen crossing the Hoosac River with the RDC-1 #6126.
The Berkshire Scenic Railway Hoosac Valley Service holiday “Tinseliner” service is seen letting Santa off the RDC-1 #6126 at the beautifully restored Adams depot.
The crew assists passengers on board one of the Berkshire Scenic's first RDC trips on the line. This was a Mass. Bay Rail Enthusiasts charter.
Berkshire Scenic RDC No. 6126 is at the southernmost point of its current run from North Adams, Mass., pausing at the restored depot at Renfrew.
Berkshire Scenic RDC No. 6126 rolls past the Southview Cemetery at North Adams, Mass.
The conductor for Berkshire Scenic Railway's 1:00 PM Hoosac Valley Service train flags Hodges Crossing as former B&M Budd RDC #6126 approaches. The Berkshire Scenic's Hoosac Valley Service operat... (more)
Former B&M RDC 6126 discharges her passengers after two of her first excursions out of North Adams.
On one of her first excursions on the Berkshire Scenic, former Boston & Maine RDC #6126 stops at Adams with a Mass Bay Rail Enthusiasts charter. This is currently as far as trains operate on this... (more)
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.
A Berkshire Scenic Railway trainman signals the head end with his lantern while setting up for the BSRM's first Night Photo Shoot in 2006. Canon EOS 20D, Canon 70-200mm f/4L