Top Oregon Trolley News:

The 1912 built Oregon Electric Locomotive #21 arrived at our museum on March 1st. This was after being in Canada for 71 years. Click here for a video about OE#21 and its move.  The fundraising campaign is still open, although we have made our goal, all additional proceeds will go to the pretection and eventual restoration of this historic Oregon artifact, soDonate Now


Willamette Shore Trolley

Take a trolley ride thru posh homes, a pitch black tunnel, a trestle with gorgeous views of the Willamette River, and thru Powers Marine Park. 

Trolleys depart from Lake Oswego, Oregon weekends from Memorial Day thru the end of September.

Trolleys are also available for charter for special events such as birthday parties and more

Regular trolley service is closed for the season

Oregon Electric Railway Museum

See and ride historic trolleys from Oregon, Australia, Portugal, Brussels, and more. Learn about our streetcar heritage and how they built our cities

The museum is located at Antique Powerland in Brooks, Oregon, I-5 Exit 263. Museum is open Saturdays, Memorial Day thru the end of September, and some Sundays

Museum is currently closed for the season

Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society

The OERHS is a non-profit 501(c)3 Corporation and founded in 1957. The Society is dedicated to the preservation and education of our historic electric railway heritage, which includes trolleys, interurbans, and electric freight.

The OERHS operates the WST and the Trolley Museum. It is an all-volunteer organization. Please consider to join us.