We are open starting March 6th!

The Oregon Rail Heritage Center expects to be open Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1:00 to 5:00pm starting March 6th. But….we are a volunteer run organization, and there may be times we do not have enough volunteers to safely open the Center. If we cannot open on a given day, we will post this on …

ORHC Updates!

We are open! Oregon Rail Heritage Center is open this weekend, November 7-8, from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Saturday Train Rides This Saturday is the last day this season for the Saturday Train Rides. Click here to purchase tickets. Santa’s Enginehouse – Begins November 26th The Center will be closed November 9-25 while we work …

We are open!

The Oregon Rail Heritage Center expects to be open Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. But….we are a volunteer run organization, and there may be times we do not have enough volunteers to safely open the Center. If we cannot open on a given day, we will post this on the ORHF Facebook …

Coming Alive Trackside by Ken Byers

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.