This is all that is left of Portland's once-grand trolley system. It still runs smoothly, and views from the open ... More
Willamette Shore Trolley
This is all that is left of Portland's once-grand trolley system. It still runs smoothly, and views from the open glass-free windows are great. You almost slip back to a time when the rails were the only way to get around. It is a nice break from traffic and the best way to get intimate with the Willamette River without jumping in. The round trip cost a little bit, however the prices for adults, senior citizens and children is different. You can ride the rails Saturdays and Sundays from April through May.
Portland once had a trolley system nearly as extensive as San Francisco's. A Willamette shoreline and a handful of cars
that roll through downtown are all that are left of the late 19th Century line. They are restored now ...
The Fairfield Inn and Suites in Lake Oswego is conveniently nestled in Kruse Woods just 8 miles south of downtown
Portland, the hotel is the perfect place to work or relax. Located within walking distance to many of your ...
The Bakers traveled to Oregon City, in 1846, and soon became an integral part of this area by way of
Horace Baker's trade as a stone mason. Many of Oregon City's most notable structures were created from his basalt ...