Lee: Summer trolley service has resumed

Sunday, May 24
LEE — The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority resumed operating the Lee Trolley's free summer weekend service Saturday. The trolley operates weekends through Labor Day and on a holiday schedule for July 4.

The trolley will begin each weekend at the Lee Rail Station, proceeding through downtown Lee with stops at the Prime Outlets and Oak 'N Spruce. Following Route 102 West, the trolley visits Main Street in Stockbridge stopping at The Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge Rail Station and Norman Rockwell Museum.

The trolley retraces the route back to the Lee Rail Station completing the hourly trip.

The trolley connection with the Berkshire Scenic Railway allows an expanded area of travel to other venues while visiting Stockbridge. Norman Rockwell Museum, once unreachable by foot, can be explored via this unique transportation connection. The Berkshire Scenic Railway train makes stops at the Lee Rail Station at 10:27 a.m., 11:32 a.m., 12:50 p.m., 2:37 p.m., and 3:42 p.m., as well as stops at the Stockbridge Rail Station at 10:51 a.m. and 3:01 p.m. every weekend, all summer long.


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