We are finding that the sewer construction activities are not as bad as advertised and are currently restricted to working hours, Monday through Friday — so access to the Rail Heritage Center is not as difficult as we feared. So far, you can jog from 6th ave to access the center while they are working; more »
There is a sewer replacement project starting now and running through November — which limits the ways to get to ORHC from the south and east. Division Place Project. Division Place between 6th and 7th will be closed to westbound traffic for the duration of the project. Basically you need to go north to Clay more »
Ride the Oregon Pacific Railroad passenger train from the Oregon Rail Heritage Center and back via the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge along the Willamette River Saturdays! Trains depart the ORHC at 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm and 4:30pm for an approximately 45 minute long round trip. Purchase tickets upon boarding, $5 per person; under 2 are more »
Brooklyn Rail Yard: Linking Oregon’s Railroad Past to the Future
Opens May 1, 2014
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