Exciting news!: The OERHS is launching Let’s Talk Trolleys! 

Let’s Talk Trolleys are a series on virtual presentations about the history of streetcars and Interurbans in Oregon, and about our museum’s trolley collection. This is to help keep us connected while our trolley operations are suspended. The presentations are free to attend (pre-registration is required), donations are appreciated to help the OERHS maintain our historic trolleys.

SERVICE ADVISORY IN PLACE:

The WST will follow anY Government advisories based on the COVID19 before starting the 2020 season. this includes training our operators and any charters. Our Trolley operation remains suspended.
We will announce here and on our Facebook page when we will start training and regular trolley service. 

 

Willamette Shore Trolley

Take a scenic trolley along the Willamette River

Willamette Shore Trolley at Elk Rock TunnelRide in a Vintage Trolley from Lake Oswego into a dark tunnel and meander through posh neighborhoods.  Soon you will be on a high trestle overlooking the beautiful Willamette River.  Continuing along the river you will pass through Powers Marine Park before ending your journey at the Southwest Portland waterfront district at Bancroft and Moody Streets. It is just a short walk to the Portland Streetcar and Tram.

You will be 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 formerly ran on the MAX Line and Portland Streetcar before coming to the 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 WST Trolley

Scheduled Trolley Service runs Saturdays and Sundays thru the end of October

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 2020 schedules & Fares 

Events  & ChartersPeople enjoying a ride on the trolley

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

> LEARN MORE 

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

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The OERHS is very excited to announce our Let's Talk Trolleys project! We are missing our trolley riders, but at this point we cannot resume operations. But we can talk to you via virtual presentations about Oregon's streetcar and Interurban history, and about the trolleys in our museum collection. The talks are free and will be done over Zoom. Pre-registration is required, donations would be appreciated. Learn more about it at oregontrolley.com/lets-talk-trolleys/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Sadly the Great Oregon Steamup has been canceled this year along with all other events at Powerland Heritage Park. Please help support Powerland and the on-site museums, including our trolley museum. It's not too late to donate and make a difference at Powerland Heritage Park. Visit www.antiquepowerland.com/supportdonate to support us today.On behalf of the Antique Powerland Museum Association board, thank you for your participation in events held here at Powerland Heritage Park. Unfortunately, due to the current COVID-19 crisis and Oregon’s current restrictions on large gatherings and events, we’ve had to make decisions we’ve never had to make before. After thoughtful deliberation the APMA Board of Directors are following the guidelines from the State and the CDC and have cancelled all events at Powerland Heritage Park through September 30, 2020. You are our friends and family and it’s important to us to keep you and all of the museums here on the grounds safe.

Just like you, we were excitedly waiting to celebrate our 50th Great Oregon Steam-Up this year. This is the one event that keeps the doors open and carries us over from year to year. We are working to develop a new way to enjoy the marvelous wonders that we have here on the grounds. Watch our website for new developments to keep us connected until we can gather in person as in the past.

We are grateful for all of your support and look forward to the time when we can gather once again to renew friendships, make new friends, and share the wonders and innovations of mechanical history in motion at Powerland Heritage Park.

Be well, stay safe, and stay healthy!
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