Want to see Portland by train?Looking for a unique activity in Portland? Climb aboard Oregon Pacific Railroad’s train for a special ride around Portland.
The Oregon Pacific Railroad is a family owned and operated freight railroad company. The company operates a special passenger train along the East Portland Division railroad line in Portland. The train is running most Saturdays from April through November.
Oregon Pacific Railroad Train Rides
Oregon Pacific Railroad train rides are returning Saturday, April 23. This train takes you along the scenic Springwater Corridor on the east side of the Willamette River through Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge. Guests will enjoy the comfort of open air car and passenger cabooses pulled by a historic MBD-1 diesel locomotive.
Your train ride departs from and returns to the Oregon Rail Heritage Center in Portland. There are four departure times on Saturday: 1, 2, 3 and 4 p.m. Each ride lasts about 45 minutes.
Tickets are $14 for adults and $6 for children 13 and under. Ages 2 and under ride for free. Online tickets include a small processing fee.
Before or after your train ride, explore the Oregon Rail Heritage Center. You’ll see three enormous restored steam locomotives along with rotating exhibits and a souvenir shop. The museum is free to visit. Donations are encouraged.
The Oregon Rail Heritage Center is located at 2250 SE Water Ave. in Portland. For more information and to book your tickets, visit the heritage center’s website.