Rowe Historical Society
Kemp-McCarthy Museum

Hoosac Memories by Jerry Kelley

Jerry Kelley is widely renowned as an expert on the Hoosac Tunnel.

He is shown in the picture above at one of his favorite places in Rowe, the site of one of the lining pins used for the surveying of the Hoosac Tunnel in 1866.

Jerry has an extensive collection of original materials related to the history of the Hoosac Tunnel, and he has generously offered to share them with us on this, his corner of our website.

Check his "Hoosac Memories" section often, to see some of these very interesting items.

Below: Central Shaft Sighting Diagram
A few of Jerry's models
Check back soon for more items from Jerry's Collection