The Centre - Berkshire FHS Email bookingberksfhs.org.uk Website httpsberksfhs.orgbranches Speaker Paul Joyce Paul Joyce Paul Joyce is Chairman of Reading Transport Society and has been an author and photographer for the railway historical magazine "Back Track" for over 30 years. The Berkshire Street Railway Was A Trolley System Run By The New York New Haven And Hartford Railroad. It Was Comprised Of Several Local Lines Running Between Hoosick Falls, New York, Bennington, Vermont, Adams Mass., Pittsfield, Mass., Great Barrington, Mass. and Canaan, CT. Here Are The Lines That Made Up The Berkshire Street Railway.. The B&A quickly ordered 45 Berkshire locomotives. In all, the B&A would roster a fleet of 55 2-8-4s, Class A1ab 1400-1444 and Class A1c 1445-1454. Chesapeake & Ohio 2-8-4 2716 (K-4), dressed in Southern Railway colors, leads an excursion southbound just south of Culpeper, Virginia along Highway 522 on a July morning in 1982.