Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society

Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society, Toledo: Address, Phone Number, Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society Reviews: 5/5

Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society

Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society
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Wazzumike S
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I love trains!!!!
Mar 2019 • Family
Worth the stop.... Great presentation before you walk the rail cars.... Museum is in actual train cars... So great!!!!!
Written March 12, 2019
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Nathaniel L
Siletz, OR113 contributions
educational
Apr 2018 • Solo
This place is small but it is all about learning. This would be a great place too take your kid if he had too do a school project. This place is all about education.
Written January 12, 2019
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DenverLarry
Denver, CO7 contributions
Not too be missed
Jul 2017 • Couples
We luckily found this place accidentally on our way from Corvallis to Newport. We actually stopped for a farmers market and were told about the railroad museum. It was an incredible 2 hours of learning about the railroading history of the Pacific Northwest. Tom, (I believe that was his name) had an incredible knowledge of every piece of equipment and also had the stories to go with them. It was interesting to see the before and afters of the equipment they had restored.
We were there on a weekday, so some of the special events that they do were not going on, so we got a lot of undivided attention. If you have any time to stop by and talk to the guys who work and volunteer there, I highly recommend it.
Written July 17, 2017
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Ralph G
Toledo, OR8 contributions
Oregon's Rail History Presented Intelligently
Jun 2016
Toledo is a small community located at the western end of the former Southern Pacific Railroad. As the western terminus it has a rich history of both passenger and freight rail activities as well as that of the logging railroads into the woods. The museum hosts a 1922 Baldwin steam locomotive, a 1951 45 ton switching locomotive, the oldest restored wooden caboose in the Pacific Northwest and one of the few remaining restored Railway Post Office/baggage cars. It has restored and operating gasoline powered motor cars. The museum offers a vast library of books, videos and photographs for researchers and interested visitors. DOcents are well prepared to guide your visit and answer your questions. Admission is without charge.
Written August 3, 2016
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