Let’s Talk Trolleys are a series on virtual presentations about the history of streetcars and Interurbans in Oregon, and about our museum’s trolley collection. This is to help keep us connected while our trolley operations are suspended. The presentations are free to attend (pre-registration is required), donations are appreciated to help the OERHS maintain our historic trolleys.
The OERHS will follow any Government advisories based on the COVID19 before starting the 2020 season. This includes training our operators and any charters. We will announce when we are able to resume service
We will announce here and on our Facebook page when we will start training and open the museum and the Willamette Shore Trolley
Take a trolley ride past posh homes, through a pitch-black tunnel, over trestles with gorgeous views of the Willamette River, and through Powers Marine Park.
Trolleys depart from Lake Oswego and SW Portland. Trolleys are also available for charter for special events such as birthday parties and more
Trolley service is suspended due to COVID19
See and ride historic trolleys from Oregon, Australia, Portugal, England, Brussels, and more. Learn about our streetcar heritage and how they built our cities
The museum is located at Powerland Heritage Park in Brooks, Oregon, I-5 Exit 263.
The Museum is closed due to COVID19
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. Join us TODAY!