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Amid the foliage-laden sprawl of idyllic Kent, survey time-honored railroads and locomotives, engines, vintage cars and motorcycles, and a plethora of other machinery at the museum managed by the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association. Open to the public and offering numerous informative programs and activities to facilitate a greater understanding of the region's industrial nuances, the museum serves as an ideal way to acclimatize yourself with the area's industrial past. You can also witness live demonstrations or peruse the exhibits on display here.
The lovely Housatonic River runs through Western Massachusetts and Connecticut for 139 miles (225 kilometers). The name of the river comes from the Mohican for "beyond the mountain place" and passes through the western side of the Berkshires. Throughout the year, the river hosts some of the biggest rowing events in New England, such as those of Yale crew and the New Haven Rowing Club.
Touted as a remarkable artist, author and illustrator, Eric Sloane garnered acclaim for his exquisite craftsmanship and artistry. His collections have been carefully preserved at the Eric Sloane Museum, which displays vintage hand tools, antique collections, and some examples of his artworks along with striking illustrations. His stunning paintings and works celebrate the artistic tradition and heritage of the region. This riveting museum welcomes visitors, inviting them to immerse themselves in the extensive beauty portrayed by Sloane in his art.