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OPR Business Office Email
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Oregon Pacific Railroad Company
The OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY is a family owned and operated freight railroad with two branch divisions in
the Portland Metro Area.   We serve the East Portland to Milwaukie area as well as the Canby to Molalla area.   For more
information about our company and our railroad including its vast history, please visit our main website below...

Brian "Bmac" McCamish
Webmaster / OPR Extra Board
Email the Webmaster
brianmccamish "at" msn.com
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Our Latest Schedules, Updates & Photos Can Be Found There!
For more information, please call our business office at 503-659-5452.   General Manager:  Richard A Samuels.

Or email our passenger operations coordinator Brian McCamish  
Contact Information
Schedule and Boarding Location (North End)
About Us and Our Train Rides
Schedule and Boarding Location (South End)
The Oregon Pacific Railroad is a family owned and operated freight railroad company that
operates a passenger train every Saturday from March through November on our
East Portland
Division railroad line located in Portland, Oregon.  Trains are pulled by a historic GMD-1 diesel
locomotive and include an open air car, passenger cabooses and a very historic business
passenger car.

Round trip rides last approximately 45 minutes and travel along the east bank of the Willamette
River, next to the Springwater Trail, through the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge.

Our train stops to board and deboard passengers at two stations:
Oregon Rail Heritage Center and Oaks Amusement Park
Please note..Oaks Park Station is temporarily closed due to construction until September 1st.

All ages are welcome and children 2 and under ride for free.
Our Route Map
Train Departs (Round Trip)
7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR

This station is closed until September 1st due to a massive culvert construction project.
Trains are unable to stop or depart here for the month of August.  
The station will reopen on September 1st.

The train station at Oaks Park is located directly east of the main entrance to the amusement park, on the railroad tracks next to the Springwater Bike Trail.    

Free parking to board our train is available anywhere in the Oaks Park public parking lots.  However, we encourage anyone utilizing the Oaks Park parking to
please patronize
Oaks Amusement Park during your visit if at all possible.
Train Departs (Round Trip)
2250 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR

12:30pm  -  1:30pm  -  2:30pm  -  3:30pm  -  4:30pm

EVERY SATURDAY (Beginning March 3, 2018)

Access to the museum is free but donations are encouraged.   Free parking for the museum is located
under the Grand Ave Viaduct off of SE Caruthers Street.

The museum is also accessible from the near by
Trimet Max Orange Line, with the OMSI/SE Water Ave Station being located directly across from the museum
entrance.   Also accessible via the
Portland Street Car at the same station.
Fares & Pricing Information
$10 per passenger (age 13 and older, including adults) to ride in any passenger car, including an open air
car, two cabooses and a fully enclosed private business car.

$5 per passenger (age 12 and under) to ride in any passenger car, including an open air car, two cabooses
and a fully enclosed private business car.  

$20 per passenger (age 13 and older, including adults) to ride inside the locomotive cab with the engineer.  
(first come, first served and space is limited)

$10 per passenger (age 12 and under) to ride inside the locomotive cab with the engineer.  

Fares are collected upon boarding the train at either station.    Cash and all major credit cards are gladly accepted.
Above fares are ROUND TRIP.   
Children Age 2 and under ride for free.

Passengers are welcome to deboard at either station and enjoy their time at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center, nearby
OMSI, or Oaks Amusement Park and ride a later train back at no extra cost.   Oaks Park Station is only open during times of
the year that Oaks Amusement Park is operating, March 24 through late September)

Please note, due to our vintage and historical equipment, our train is not wheelchair accessible at this time.
$20 per passenger
Important temporary schedule change and announcement.
Oaks Park Station will be closed for the month of August and reopen September 1st.
Due to a massive construction project just north of Oaks Amusement in the Oaks
Bottom area, the OPR's Oaks Park Train Station will be closed for the duration of
August and reopen on September 1st.   Trains will not be able to depart or return
to Oaks Station until September 1st.  As a result, trains will only depart and return
to the Oregon Rail Heritage Center.  Please see below for the schedule
departures.   During this period, the train ride will be slightly shorter than normal
as trains will be required to stop just north of Oaks Park prior to reaching the
construction site and then return to the museum.  

The railroad tracks and bike path have been dug out to facilitate the installation of
a massive concrete fish culvert and to restore and rehabilitate the Oaks Bottom
wildlife refuge and wetlands.  The Oregon Pacific Railroad is participating in this
project by supplying rail service to the project contractor for equipment and
supplies.   For more information, please visit the project website.    
The latest information, photos and project updates will be posted on our OPR FACEBOOK page.   Please be sure to visit.