Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum
Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum is building a new fire-resistant metal two-car car barn to house and protect No. 10 and to give us room for storing and restoring our CV 4015 caboose or any subsequent equipment that we acquire. We have raised over $110,000 dollars so far, but more is needed.
Thanks to Amherst Railway Society, Dailey Foundation, 20th Century Electric Railway Foundation, Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund, Caroline D. Bloomer Charitable Trust, Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts for financial support, and to W.R. Hillman, Austin Design and Vreeland Associates for donations-in-kind, to many individuals for donations large and small, and to many volunteers for help preparing the site and building the building.
Here is our Building Plan and Site Plan, click on the images to get full-sized zoomable pdf versions. Note that the architect used compass bearings for his views,
whereas we use railroad timetable directions, so what we would consider to be the west elevation is called the north elevation on the Building Plan.
See the Site Plan for clarification. Thanks to Dave Vreeland, Tom Chalmers, Chris Farley and Austin Design for all their help on this.
14 Depot Street Shelburne Falls MA 01370        413-625-9443       email@example.com