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A list of other useful Hoosac Tunnel resources around the net!

Rail Road Extra Hoosac Postcards
Be sure to check out the "Building The Hoosac Tunnel - 1870" part of that page, its a great read!

Hoosac Tunnel: Abode of the Damned?
A great site by Dan Boudillion about his exploration into the tunnel and quest to find spooks! Another great read!

Bridgeline Historical Society on the Hoosac Tunnel
An interesting story by Jay Winn about his experiences with the Hoosac Tunnel in the 1970s

North Adams Public Library
The Hoosac Tunnel Collection from The North Adams Public Library. I got several of my images from here. There is a wealth of knowledge at the NAPL that exceeds even this mighty website! check it out!

Western Heritage Gateway State Park
I would strongly suggest anyone visiting the North Adams Area visit this website and then the park itself! the exhibit is free!

Hoosac Tunnel: Then and now
A Hoosac Tunnel Site by Jerry Kelley.

New England Depot
Website by Jonelle DeFelice Contains pictures and some writings on the Hoosac Tunnel and other great areas of interest!

Franklinsites
A website run by a friend of mine which has links to various projects of ours.

Adventure Log
Another project of mine: The adventure log which encapsulates all of my hiking adventures in the North east.

 

 

Copyright 2000 - 2005 Marc Howes
Trespassing is illegal and dangerous especially when inside the tunnel with a train! If you go inside and see a light run and hide! that is unless of course its the portal, then you don't have to run nor hide. Trains burn diesel fuel and produce among other things carbon monoxide and deafening amounts of noise! Trains also have people in them and people have eyes used for seeing things.. Like trespassers! Just be careful use your head and stay safe.