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  1. Getting in Line at Hood River Depot - Patterson

    Getting in Line at Hood River Depot - 1910s

    It's "hurry up and wait" time at Hood River Depot, as passengers and freight haulers await their turn to board the eastbound train. Learn More
  2. Glenmorrie Bus at Oswego Train Depot

    Glenmorrie Bus at Oswego Train Depot - c. 1915

    An early REO bus waits at Oswego Depot to take arriving train passengers to the Glenmorrie neighborhood, just north of Marylhurst. Learn More
  3. Grandpa & Grandma Munra at Bonneville Eating House - Haynes

    Grandpa & Grandma Munra at Bonneville Eating House - 1888

    Katherine and Selkirk Munra were known as Grandma and Grandpa Munra when they ran the Bonneville Eating House, along the tracks of the O R & N near the current site of the Bonneville Dam. Learn More
  4. Oswego Red Electric Train at Portland Depot

    Oswego Red Electric Train at Portland Depot - c. 1920

    The Oswego Local 319 waits at Union Station in Portland. Running from 1914 through 1929, the distinctive round-windowed Red Electrics provided public transportation for the Portland area that has yet to be rivaled. Learn More
  5. Parkdale Depot & McIsaac's Store at Mt. Hood - Jordan

    Parkdale Depot & McIsaac's Store at Mt. Hood - c. 1915

    This view shows the depot and store shortly after they were built in 1910, when the Mount Hood Railroad was extended south to Parkdale at the foot of Mount Hood. Learn More
  6. Payroll Train at 7th St. Station, Oregon City

    Payroll Train at 7th St. Station, Oregon City - 1895

    Southern Pacific engine number 10, a wood-burning Baldwin locomotive, stops in Oregon City as part of its payroll run through towns along the Southern Pacific line in Oregon. Learn More
  7. Railroad Depot and Docks at Tacoma

    Railroad Depot and Docks at Tacoma - c. 1885

    The sidewheeler "Alaska" waits at the Northern Pacific Railroad docks in Tacoma, Washington. Learn More
  8. The New Roseburg Depot - Patton Postcard

    The New Roseburg Depot - c. 1912

    A group of (mostly) men in suits stands near the train at the Roseburg Depot shortly after its completion in 1912. Learn More
  9. Waiting at the West Fork Depot

    Waiting at the West Fork Depot - c. 1895

    One of the smaller depots you'll see, West Fork was still a location important to the railroad. The local hotel was the base for many employees, and West Fork was on the main line between Portland and San Francisco. Learn More
  10. Willamette Falls Railway, Depot and Sheds

    Willamette Falls Railway, Depot and Sheds - c. 1895

    Located at the Falls, the depot and sheds were the center of this electric powered railway. Railings for the bridge to Oregon City can be seen to the right. Learn More

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