Now that Berkshire Scenic Railway has laid the final mile of track and completed the new passenger boarding platform outside the new Adams Station, director Jay Green says that the volunteer group is now looking to install restrooms at the Adams Station.

The Berkshire Eagle reports that a fundraising effort to purchase and install classic train station furniture and historical exhibits inside the station will follow.

The group also just bought another locomotive, which needs an extensive restoration.

The railway began offering scenic rides on its Hoosac Valley Service in 2016, five years after having lost access to tracks in Lenox and Stockbridge.

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