Schedule-Tickets-Groups,Parties & Charters-Events-Directions and Contacts-Membership-Join Our Crew-New Carbarn-Our Rolling Stock-Our Buildings-Rack Card.pdf-Instant Motorman-History-Pictures-Movies and Radio-Early SFTM Newsletters-Organization-Links The Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum, in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, is a fun day of trolley car rides, pump car rides and more for the entire family! Watch our new TV ad, "The Little Yellow Trolley",developed for us by Goff Media and crew. Visit our operating museum, located near the Historic Bridge of Flowers and the "glacial" potholes in the village of Shelburne Falls. You can take a ride on Trolley No. 10 and our old fashioned pump car (not suitable for small children). In our Visitors Center you can play with wooden and electric trains (suitable for children of all ages), browse historical photos from the time of trolleys and purchase trolley and railroad related items in our TrolleyShop gift shop. Outside you can climb into our big red Caboose, and afterwards stroll among the artisan shops, galleries and restaurants in Shelburne Falls.The Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum is dedicated to preserving and operating Shelburne Falls & Colrain Street Railway trolley car No. 10. This car was built by Wason Manufacturing Co. in Springfield MA in 1896. It was delivered new to Shelburne Falls and has never left the valley. For thirty years it served its namesake towns. For twenty years it crossed the Deerfield River on what is now the famous Bridge of Flowers. Saved by a local farmer, it spent sixty-five years as a chicken coop, tool shed and play house. Now, through the efforts of the Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum, you can ride it in the same freight yard where it used to load and unload passengers, apples, mail, milk and other freight, one hundred years ago. The Bridge of Flowers, built in 1908 to carry trolley cars. No. 10 Pre-1908 As
PATH car 143, saved from the ruins of the World Trade Center attack, is to become the centerpiece of a new 9/11 exhibit here at the Trolley Museum. The hard-working volunteers of the museum still need to raise money to recoup the expense to ship the PATH car, then raise $200,000+ needed to create a first-class exhibit that will help people for generations to come learn about and reflect upon the events of 9-11-2001. Please click on the Donate tab above to make your generous donation or check out our fundraiser: Plan Your Visit to the Museum! See what others are saying! Check out our listings by clicking on the icons below. Directions to the Museum Take the New York State Thruway to Exit 19, Kingston. Follow the signs to the Historic Rondout Waterfront and the Urban Cultural Park. Make your way to the bottom of Broadway and turn left. We're a quarter-mile down East Strand on the left. Driving time is about 2 hours from Manhattan and 1 hour from Albany. GPS tips When punching our address into your GPS, you may need to enter it fully as 89 East Strand Street. Local people know it as East Strand or even just the Strand and don't think of it as a street. A common GPS error shows that East Strand and Route 9W intersect; they do not! 9W is on a bridge over East Strand. Use Garraghan Drive to turn off 9W. Click here for Map and Accommodations at nearby Hotels and Motels. [embedded content] 2018 Information:We will be open on weekends and on holidays, from late April to late October, from 12:00PM noon to 5:00PM, plus special events.Help us maintain our trolleys, restore other cars, and repair
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