The term “social distancing” may have been coined by a dedicated train watcher, a railfan with a beach chair in his trunk, bottled water in the cooler, a radio tuned to the railroads’ frequencies, and the prerequisite empty jug for what can only be put off so long. He also knows the routes of the area railroads and even has a good idea as to the schedules.
To Oregon Rail Heritage Center’s treasured family, What strange times we are living through. Though our doors are shuttered for the time being, we’re fortunate to be able to reach out electronically. We hope all of you are safe and healthy at home. Though work on our engines and rail cars has been suspended, we’re …
To help limit the spread of COVID-19, and in the spirit of direction from Oregon’s governor and other leaders, the Oregon Rail Heritage Center will close to the public until further notice starting Saturday, March 14.
Here is our latest edition of Talking Steam Trains. Join Ken Byers and Arlen Sheldrake as they discuss a recent visit to the Enginehouse.
On the latest Talking Steam Trains podcast, hear architect and project manager for the turntable project, Kim Knox, discuss what lies ahead as the Oregon Rail Heritage Center prepares to break ground on this exciting and crucial next step in the Center’s growth.