Willamette Shore Trolley

Trolley service to re-start sometime in May, stay tuned here or on Facebook for updates.

 

Willamette Shore Trolley

Take a scenic trolley along the Willamette River

Ride in a Vintage Trolley from Lake Oswego into a dark tunnel and meander thru posh neighborhoods. Soon you will be on a high trestle overlooking the beautiful Willamette River and continue along the Willamette River into Powers Marine Park. From there you will return to Lake Oswego. A perfect outing for families and couples. 

You will riding on a historic rail line dating from the late 1800s. The tunnel dates from 1912. At one time electrified interurbans ran on this line from Portland to Oswego and on to Hillsboro, McMinnville and Corvallis. The Vintage Trolley itself is a replica trolley in the style of Portland’s own Council Crest cars. Two of the original cars can be found at our museum in Brooks. The Vintage Trolleys did run on the MAX Line  and Portland Streetcar before coming to Willamette Shore Trolley.  

Learn more about the WST History and our trolleys

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Willamette Shore Trolley
311 N. State Street
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Phone: 503-697-7436

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Schedules & Fares 

Scheduled Trolley Service runs weekends starting Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day Weekend. 

Trolleys run from downtown Lake Oswego to the SW Portland Waterfront at SW Bancroft & Moody streets, just a short walk from the Portland Streetcar Lowell St. stop. 

> See our 2018 schedules & Fares 

Events  & Charters

The WST has special events through out the year. By far the most popular event is the Christmas Ships runs held in December. 

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Our trolleys are also available for charters for birthdays and other celebrations or activities  

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First training in preparation for the 2018 season. Who wants to come operate a trolley? ... See MoreSee Less

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This is the most competitive trip of the year. When we opened the Christmas Ships booking, these people managed to book their tickets in under two minutes!

We just spoke to their fleet commander and they have 33 ships this year!
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First glimpse of tonight’s PDX Christmas Ships fleet as they pass under the Ross Island Bridge. Tonight’s count: 20 ships. ... See MoreSee Less

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