“Northwest's largest trolley museum”
The Oregon Electric Railway Museum moved from its original location at Trolley Park in Glenwood, Oregon to Brooks Oregon in 1996. The new museum has been expanding ever since. The new museum had to be built from scratch. Since 1996 we have built over a mile of track with overhead wire and yard leads, a carbarn with 4 tracks, a powerhouse and a small depot This is an exciting time for the museum. The new museum is being built in 3 phases. The museum completed phase one, building the car barn and demonstration trolley line with overhead. The line was operated with energized overhead in July of 1999. Each year the operating line has grown to the nearly 1 mile of track is now in operation. Work continues on extending the right of way. Details are on the OERM News Page. Regular weekend operations run from Memorial Day to Labor Day. njoy a 1.5 mile trolley ride on an antique trolley and guided tour of the trolley collection. $2 admission, trolley rides $4, children 12 and under free.
The Northwest's largest trolley museum. Enjoy a 1.5 mile trolley ride on an antique trolley and guided tour of the trolley collection. $2 admission, trolley rides $4, children 12 and under free.
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