Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum

Car No. 10 Car No. 10

Sponsor, Trolley and Railroad Links

Trolley Car No.10 is back ... On track!

  • Walter's Propane - a family owned business that continues to serve Hampshire, Franklin and even parts of Hamden Counties with propane for the home, business or farm.
  • West End Pub - a wide variety of items ranging from vegetarian items to beef, chicken, seafood, salads, entrees, appetizers, pasta, chicken wings.
  • Berkshire East Ski Area - with a Mountain Coaster, Zip Lines, rafting, downhill mountain biking as well as skiing and tubing, Berkshire East is a great place to visit.
  • >Nancy Dole Books and Ephemera - On State Street in Shelburne Falls. Postcards, maps, posters, tickets, menus, programs, cards and photographs among other items. ndole at
  • Mo's Fudge Factor - Gourmet fudge and handmade chocolate from Mo's Fudge Factor. Simply the best in handmade gourmet fudges and chocolates.
  • McCusker's Market - featuring daily morning pastries, home-made soups and sandwiches, and a wide selection of cheeses, and local specialities.
  • Baker's Pharmacy - A Full-service drug store with a real soda fountain.
  • Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley - Come bowling—it's fun! Candlepin bowling since 1906. Open and league bowling September through May. Great place for a birthday, company, family, or group party. Full bar overlooking the Glacial Potholes.
  • Floodwater Brewing Company - Great local beer with a deck overlooking the Bridge of Flowers.
  • Buckland Pizza House - Simply the best pizza, grinders and Italian dishes.
  • Asma's Kitchen - Authentic middle eastern food in Shelburne Falls.
  • Blue Rock Restaurant - The produce, meat, poultry, and fish come from farms, ranches, and fisheries guided by the principles of sustainability.
  • Keystone Market - a locally owned full-service market. We have a meat department, deli counter, produce & groceries.
  • Coldwell Banker Realty - Your next home is here.
  • Salmon Falls Gallery - Representing 90+ local artists and the glass art of Josh Simpson.
  • Davenports' Service Station - Locally, family owned automotive service station.
  • Mirick Insurance Agency - Providing you the highest quality insurance since 1980. We have your personal and commercial needs covered.



  • Trainline, Europe's biggest train and coach app.
  • A very comprehensive site about railroads, including museum listings.
  • Rail Serve

  • Dave's Electric Railroads Historical trolley photos from Massachusetts and beyond.
  • Amherst Railway Society Local Rail Enthusiasts organization with monthly talks, sponsor of the Amherst Railway Society Railroad Hobby Show, and generous supporter of SFTM.
  • Railway Preservation News
  • NERAIL A northeast railfan list that deals with yankee train issues.
  • NE Rail (New England Railroading email list) photos of Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum. Use of the NERail photos must comply with their use policy.
  • Trainriders Northeast Evangelist wing of the steel wheel travelers.
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation Never saw anything old that they didn't want to save.
  • Alfred Barten's Local Trolley and Rail History pages Conway (MA) Electric Street Railway history and more Shelburne Falls and Colrain Street Railway details.
  • Vermont Rail Systems - Parents of Vermont Railway, Green Mountain Railroad, Clarendon and Pittsford Railroad, Washington County Railroad, host to Amtrak's Vermont services and donor of one of No. 10's headlights along with other artifacts and assistance.
  • CSX Our rail neighbor's page, used to be Pan Am Railways, Guilford Rail Systems, Springfield Terminal, Boston & Maine Railroad, Fitchburg Railroad, Troy & Greenfield Railroad.
  • Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts Railfan trips in the Northeast, grants to support us and other museums, and more.
  • Fallen Flags and Other Railroad Photos Lots of pictures, manuals, and more.
  • Walker Transportation Collection - A treasure trove of New England Transportation historical material, archived from Beverly Historical Society's site.
  • Trains Magazine A nationwide monthly railroad news magazine. The February 2000 issue had a James Shaughnessy article on our Trolleyfest in 1999.
  • FUNARO & CAMERLENGO Makes an HO model kit of our CV caboose.
  • Gary Lapointe's site of stations, freight houses etc. in Massachusetts, with pictures of many.
  • Berkshire Hills Route trains of yesterday and today from B&M,B&A, NH, MEC, NYC, PC, D&H and much more. Not related to the trolley car "The Berkshire Hills".
  • Hoosac Tunnel site by Jerry Kelley.  A great comprehensive site on the construction of this nearby railroad tunnel.
  • Hoosac Tunnel site by Marc Howes. Another great comprehensive site on the history of  this famous tunnel.
  • Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington RR A nearly seamless photo tour of the old Hoot Toot &Whistle as seen today. (Archived)
  • Keystone Arches The group that is working to preserve and display the huge stone arches built on the Boston and Albany RR. 
  • Chester Station All about the preserved Boston and Albany/ CSX Chester Station. Also learn about Chester on Track each May.
  • International passenger rail guide.
  • Safety Train Training emergency responders and law enforcement agencies along our nation's railroads.
  • Pioneer Valley History Network a resource for local history organizations in western Massachusetts.
  • 11 Helpful Resources for Railroad Workers from Cooper Hurley.

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Visit the Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum and take a ride on our beautifully restored 1896 trolley car. Regular operations are on weekends and holidays from Memorial Day weekend to October, see Other times by charter or chance. Antique pump car rides are often available. The Visitors Center houses a display of local railroad and trolley related information, artifacts and pictures as well as a Kids Corner and TrolleyShop museum store. Also available are books, videos, newspaper clippings, etc. The Visitors Center and the trolley rides are handicap accessible. The museum is always looking for volunteers to assist in operations and restorations. For more information, visit them at

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Trolley Car No.10 is back ... On track!

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14 Depot Street Shelburne Falls MA 01370        413-625-9443