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Railroad Links Directory: Top : Tourist Railroads and Museums USA : Pacific Coast USA : Oregon

Tourist Railroads and Museums USA : Pacific Coast USA : Oregon

Tourist railroads, museums and other railroad related attractions in the state of Oregon.

There are 16 links in this category

Oregon - Santiam Excursion Trains New
Lebanon, OR - Our excursion trains run over the 17+ miles of track on the Sweet Home Branch line. Our excursion train is unlike any other in the Valley, or even the west coast for that matter. While on board you will see amazing stretches of farmland, forest ranges and the beautiful Santiam River while also rolling past our shipper’s sites and seeing the railroad world in action. The round trip lasts approximately two hours, so be sure to bring some cash so that you can enjoy some local beer, wine and cocktails.
Info: URL: http://santiamexcursiontrains.com/ (Added: 19-Mar-2017)
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Oregon - Astoria Riverfront Trolley
Astoria, OR - The Astoria Riverfront Trolley is a 3-mile (4.8 km) heritage streetcar line that operates in Astoria, Oregon, United States, using former freight railroad tracks along or near the south bank of the Columbia River, with no overhead line. The service began operating in 1999, using a 1913-built streetcar from San Antonio, Texas.

Volunteers from the non-profit Astoria Riverfront Trolley Association (ARTA) operate the service and maintain the streetcar and tracks.

Info: URL: http://old300.org/ (Added: 27-Mar-2015)
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Oregon - Canby Depot Museum
Canby, OR - The Canby Depot Museum is housed in one of Oregon's oldest railroad station. The original Articles of Incorporation of the Canby Historical Society refer to the wish for a museum. In the early 1980's the existing Canby Depot facility became available to the society. ​

The Canby Depot had been an active train station at the intersection of N. 1st and Grant Street throughout almost the entire history of the city, but the railroad was going to dismantle the depot unless the facility could be moved. Canby Historical Society was able to raise funds for the move of the depot to it's present location near N.E. 4th and Pine Street adjacent to the Clackamas County Fairgrounds.

​ Canby Historical Society has now had a museum for over 20 years and our members continue the work of organizing and displaying photos, artifacts and exhibits of historic significance, which afford a glimpse of 19th century life in this community.

Info: URL: http://www.canbyhistoricalsociety.org/ (Added: 1-Nov-2016)
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Oregon - Depot Park and DeWitt Museum
Prairie City, OR - The DeWitt Museum The Sumpter Valley Railway (SVRy) was chartered in 1890 in Baker City and completed in 1910. The SVRy Passenger Station, commonly known as the Prairie City Depot, was constructed in 1910. It is a two story building of balloon frames construction, cruciform in plan, measuring 60 x 32 feet. The building has shiplap siding, jerkin headed cross-axial gable roofs, and bracketed, wraparound canopies which shelter the ground level doors of the east and west wings which contained freight storage and a passenger waiting room respectively.

The Depot was nominated into the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and restored throught the efforts of Mrs. Babs Brainard and the Sumpter Valley Depot Restoration Committee. The museum moved into the building in 1983.

In 1984, the City of Prairie city assumed management of the depot building from Grant county and moved the DeWitt Museum collections to a permanent home in the depot.

The goal of the Depot Museum is to house Oregon's most significant collection of narrow gauge railroad artifacts and historic documents.

Info: URL: http://www.prairiecityoregon.com/prairie-city-oregon-dewitt-museum.html (Added: 07-Jan-1999)
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Oregon - Eagle Cap Train Rides
Elgin, OR - Ride the Train in the Land of the Wallowas – One of the 7 Wonders of Oregon. Welcome to the official website of the Eagle Cap Excursion Train, located in the beautiful northeast corner of Oregon. The train offers scenic trips through the land of the Wallowas – one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon!

Sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds of a train ride on the Eagle Cap Excursion Train. Journey back in time on a section of the picturesque and historic Joseph Branch rail line in Northeast Oregon. Discover untamed territory as the train follows the Grande Ronde River downstream through rugged cliffs and timbered ridges, then travels up the Wild & Scenic Wallowa River. Whether you are a rail fan, a nature and wildlife enthusiast, a history buff or a vacationer looking for a fun and relaxing way to enjoy the spectacular beauty of region, a ride on the Eagle Cap Excursion Train is sure to please! The train departs from the new Elgin Depot, 300 Depot Street, Elgin, Oregon. The depot was built in 2012 in a style reminiscent of the original historic depot. Entire cars can be reserved for groups. Charter the whole train for unforgettable special events.

Info: URL: http://eaglecaptrainrides.com/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Oregon - Friends of the 4449 home page Ed Pick
Portland, OR - SP Daylight 4449 - Friends of SP 4449 Welcome to the official Friends of SP 4449's website. We're a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, maintenance, and operation of the former Southern Pacific steam locomotive based in Portland, Oregon.
Info: URL: http://www.4449.com (Added: 13-Jun-2000)
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Oregon - Medford Railroad Park
Medford, OR - At the Medford Railroad Park, there are plenty of things for the family to do. The main attractions are the miniature trains that you can ride.

Also in the park are real train stuff from the past, (called "Prototype") cabooses, boxcars, an old Flanger and other rolling stock from several RR companies, collected by the local chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. Also, the Rogue Valley Model RR club holds an open house at the park, during this same time.

Info: URL: http://www.tunnel13.com/park.html (Added: 13-Jun-2000)
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Oregon - Mount Hood Railroad
Hood River, OR - The Mount Hood Railroad offers the perfect escape for couples, families and groups in the scenic Hood River Valley. From beautiful pear trees, and great views of Mount Hood and Mount Adams, to classic dinner trains reminiscent of the Golden Age of rail travel or the excitement of a "Western Train Robbery," make sure to fit the Mount Hood Railroad into your travel plans.
Info: URL: https://www.mthoodrr.com/ (Added: 27-Feb-2000)
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Oregon - Nickel Plate Road #190
Portland, OR - Portland, OR - Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful diesel locomotives of all time, and popular enough to be considered by many an "honorary steam locomotive," the American Locomotive Company (ALCo) PA-1 of 1946 had all but vanished from US rails decades ago, with the last four American units sold in 1978 to Mexico. 22 years later, two of them were repatriated. One of these is Delaware & Hudson #18, currently being restored as Nickel Plate Road #190.
Info: URL: http://www.nkp190.com (Added: 26-Jan-2003)
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Oregon - Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
Garibaldi, OR - Step back in time and experience a bit of yesteryear. Enjoy the beautiful Oregon Coast line by riding the rail behind a historic Steam Locomotive. This scenic trip chugs along Tillamook Bay and gives passengers views of the ocean. Great for all ages, this trip will give you a glimpse into history and a unique view of the Oregon Coast and the Nehalem River Canyon.
Info: URL: http://www.oregoncoastscenic.org/ (Added: 21-Apr-2007)
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