The Willamette Shore Trolley has returned to service in 2014.
Trolley service will be with Vintage
Trolley # 514 that formerly operated on the MAX and Portland
Due to Sellwood Bridge construction, the 6-mile line has been cut back to Riverwood.
Each run leaving Lake Oswego will run for just under five miles round-trip.
The Willamette Shore Trolley has been providing scenic trolley rides on
this former Electric Interurban historic rail line from Lake Oswego 1987.
It is operated by volunteer members of the Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society (a not-for-profit Oregon Corporation. 501c3).
Ride our authentic vintage trolley car along the shore of the Willamette River. During your journey you'll ride
from Lake Oswego through the 1400' Elk Rock Tunnel to the historic
neighborhood of Riverwood.
The line was opened for service from Oswego (now Lake Oswego) to Portland on July 4th, 1887 as a narrow gauge steam railroad known as the Portland and Willamette Valley Railroad.