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Astoria Column

Astoria Riverfront Trolley

Fort Clatsop National Memorial

Fort Stevens

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Baker City

Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center at Flagstaff Hill portrays and interprets the Oregon Trail experience and its related themes, while preserving and protecting its historic, cultural heritage, natural, and visual features. The Center serves as a focal point for the cultural heritage traveler, contributes a viable tourism industry for the area, and is committed to maintaining strong community partnerships.


Sumpter Valley Railway
Nearly all of today's excursion and museum railroads operate on abandoned rights-of-way. The Sumpter Valley Railway, located 26 miles southwest of Baker City Oregon, on U.S. Highway 7, has a unique characteristic over all of these railroads. We have built the railroad ourselves. Although the road bed and track is mostly on original Sumpter Valley Railway right-of-way, the original track was scrapped in 1947, and nearly all of the original road bed had eroded away. With an all volunteer work force, the SVRy has rebuilt over 7 miles of track, and is still growing.

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Cottage Grove

Centennial Bridge
This bridge, located in Cottage Grove, is an oddity. It is a foot bridge constructed from the timbers of two dismantled highway bridges, Meadows Bridge of Mapleton and Brumbaugh covered bridge which was near this same Community. It was built in 1987 to commemorate the town's 100 year anniversary.

Chambers Railroad Bridge
Chambers is the only remaining covered railway bridge in Oregon. The 78 ft. Howe Truss span was named for the Frank Chambers Sawmill which it served from its construction in 1936 until the sawmill burned in 1943. It has stood abandoned crossing the Coast Fork of the Willamette River ever since.

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Dorris Ranch Living History Filbert Farm
intersection of South 2nd and Dorris Streets, Springfield, Oregon, phone: (541)736-4544, email:
There is no substitute for the excitement of visiting an actual historical place—to feel, touch, smell, and even taste the products of this bountiful land. Dorris Ranch, Springfield’s unique living history farm, has succeeded in bringing Oregon history to life. Established in 1892, this 250-acre farm is Oregon’s oldest working filbert (hazelnut) farm.

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The Dalles

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center

Lewis & Clark Trail

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