Oregon Rail Historical Foundation seeks Executive Director to lead fundraising, donor development, communications and marketing for this volunteer-driven organization, which provides for the preservation and public enjoyment of three historic steam railroad locomotives owned by the City of Portland. The Oregon Rail Heritage Center, located near OMSI, shelters the locomotives and educates visitors about Oregon’s more »
Stephen Sedaker, long-time volunteer with the Pacific Railroad Preservation Association, provides a new update going in to 2017 on the SP&S 700 boiler inspection in a new article published on Trains.com.
The Friends of SP4449 have announced that they are in the final planning stages of their 2017 excursion. They are planning a return to Bend, Oregon on a two-day trip through the Columbia River gorge and the beautiful Deschutes River canyon with an overnight in Bend. The date of the trip is scheduled for June more »
We thank all of you for your help in putting a warm and dry roof over the heads of the Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation and her sister partners. With that accomplished, it’s time to look forward. Our mission is to provide for the preservation and public enjoyment of Portland’s historic locomotives, railroad equipment, and artifacts; more »
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