“a turn of the century railroad depot”
The museum serve to educate the immediate community and visitors about the history of Troutdale and surrounding areas through rotating exhibits rich with history and highlighting Troutdale’s uniqueness.
In 1882 a rail line was built through what is now Troutdale and on east through the Columbia River Gorge. The original depot burned in 1907. The depot was given to Troutdale by Union Pacific Railroad in 1976.
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Troutdale Depot Rail Museum
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