Portland, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. First Steel Bridge, Portland, Under Construction - Bertram C. Towne

    First Steel Bridge, Portland, Under Construction - 1888

    This is the first Steel Bridge, after the lower deck was functional but before the upper deck was completed. Learn More
  2. Irvington Streetcar Number 122 - Indahl

    Irvington Streetcar Number 122 - c. 1910

    Electric streetcars first took to the streets in Portland in 1889. By the teens, there were 28 streetcar and interurban lines in the Portland area. Learn More
  3. Kenton Union Stock Yards Trolley

    Kenton Union Stock Yards Trolley - c. 1915

    The town of Kenton was built near both rail lines and the Columbia River, and its shipping opportunities encouraged industrial companies to locate there. Learn More
  4. Ocean Liner Passing Through Draw of Burnside Bridge - Eddy

    Ocean Liner Passing Through Draw of Burnside Bridge - 1931

    An Ocean Liner passes through the opened bridge in September, 1931, about five years after the new Burnside Bridge was completed, replacing an 1894 swing-span version. Learn More
  5. 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
  6. Portland Streetcar #16, a Former Horse Car

    Portland Streetcar #16, a Former Horse Car - 1902

    All of Portland's streetcars were originally horse-drawn, beginning with Ben Holliday's first car along Front Street in 1872. His popular vehicles were stored at his barn at Southeast Grand and Morrison, where fresh horses were rotated in to keep the cars moving. Learn More
  7. Portland, Northwest 3rd and Glisan, Looking West

    Portland, Northwest 3rd & Glisan, Looking West - c. 1915

    There's lots of transportation, and bit of construction, going on in this view looking southwest at the corner of 3rd and Glisan. Learn More
  8. Unloading a Car Load of Hood River Apples in Portland

    Unloading a Car Load of Hood River Apples in Portland - c.1925

    This colorful image is recreated from a hand-tinted magic lantern slide from an unknown photographer. Learn More

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