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3995 Brooklake Road
Brooks, OR 97303
On the grounds of Powerland Heritage Park
Phone: 971-701-6327

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Welcome to the largest Trolley Museum in 
the Pacific Northwest

The Oregon Electric Railway Museum is an operating trolley museum. We feature trolleys and other electric railway equipment from the West Coast as well as from around the world. Our railway equipment collection dates from the 1890’s thru 1977.

Your Visit to the Museum includes

  • InterpretiveCenter-072614-11An authentic experience of purchasing trolley tickets at our Depot, Hopmere Station, This station, built by the museum is based on plans of a Southern Pacific Train Station.
  • A Ride on one of our authentic trolleys from around the world. Our most popular operating car was built in 1913 for Sydney, Australia. The ride is about 2 m
    iles round trip
  • You will be welcome to tour our carbarn filled with historic railway equipment, some on static display, other in the midst of restoration to service. See what was once was consider out-dated is now considered new again.


The Museum is run all by volunteers, from restoration of the streetcars to selling tickets to operating the trolley. Consider joining the OERHS and  volunteering your time, or consider monetary donations to keep our trolleys running.


The New Year weekend saw the crew finishing the removal of the track at the depot and completing the development of the volunteer staff parking and road extension. The ballast and roadbed removed from the track form the base for the new parking lot and road. Additional grading will be completed in the next few weeks and a top coat of roadway gravel will be added in early spring after the winter rains taper off.
Looking forward to a busy and productive New Year.
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More fundays before Christmas found the crew removing the rest of the track from the depot. The ballast and gravel is being used as a base to upgrade the volunteer parking area at the east end of Hopmere Station. It also includes extending the road in front of the depot to connect with the driveway at the power substation.
Excavation for the new track will begin after the start of the New Year.
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