The Willamette Shore Trolley is an example of a Vintage Trolley operation which is being used to help preserve a key rail right-of-way for future transit use. The seven mile line is owned by a consortium of government agencies and may someday become an extension of the Portland Streetcar. Since 1987, a local railway museum has operated a seasonal three-days-a-week trolley operation using a single car with a tow-behind generator.
The Willamette Shore Trolley is operated by the Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society. The line takes you on a beautiful journey along the Willamette River in a authentic antique trolley car. Sites along the way are:
311 State Street, Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034