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Oregon Electric Railway

system. The right-of-way between Portland and Tigard has since been abandoned. From the north bank depot, it followed 10th Avenue, Salmon Street, and West...

Last Update: 2021-01-06T18:32:22Z Word Count : 1036 Synonim Oregon Electric Railway

Tualatin, Oregon

southwestern suburb in the Portland Metropolitan Area that is located south of Tigard. The population was 26,054 at the 2010 census. The name of the city is taken...

Last Update: 2021-04-05T09:13:50Z Word Count : 1924 Synonim Tualatin, Oregon

Beaverton, Oregon

Mountains. It is bordered by Portland to the east, Hillsboro to the west, and Tigard to the south. Much of the remaining area surrounding Beaverton in the north...

Last Update: 2021-04-16T23:19:17Z Word Count : 3490 Synonim Beaverton, Oregon

McMinnville, Oregon

different routes; hourly weekday and infrequent Saturday service to Newberg and Tigard, and weekday commuter trips to Hillsboro and Salem. Intercity bus service...

Last Update: 2021-03-29T06:16:09Z Word Count : 4356 Synonim McMinnville, Oregon

Rail transportation in Oregon

Helens), Portland's western suburbs (Beaverton, Hillsboro, Forest Grove, Tigard, Lake Oswego, Tualatin, Sherwood, and Wilsonville), much of the Willamette...

Last Update: 2021-01-29T12:23:51Z Word Count : 2720 Synonim Rail transportation in Oregon

Wilsonville, Oregon

Rogoway, Mike (October 22, 2009). "InFocus will leave Wilsonville for Tigard". The Oregonian. Archived from the original on October 30, 2009. Retrieved...

Last Update: 2021-02-03T22:57:41Z Word Count : 6602 Synonim Wilsonville, Oregon

List of communities served by Comcast

Sandy Scappoose Sherwood Silverton Springfield St. Helens Sweet Home Tangent Tigard Troutdale Tualatin Warren West Linn Wilsonville Wood Village Woodburn...

Last Update: 2021-02-17T13:31:44Z Word Count : 10627 Synonim List of communities served by Comcast

List of museums in Oregon

Archived from the original on May 19, 2011. Retrieved April 19, 2018. "Depot Museum, ZCBJ Hall recall Scio's past". Linn County Tourism. Retrieved 26...

Last Update: 2021-03-07T22:20:46Z Word Count : 1865 Synonim List of museums in Oregon

List of named state highways in Oregon

01932-01-011932 current [[File:|x25px|alt=|link=]] Beaverton–Tigard Highway No. 144 7.52 12.10 I-5 near Tigard US 26 at Cedar Hills OR 217 01960-01-011960 current...

Last Update: 2021-01-26T00:19:36Z Word Count : 600 Synonim List of named state highways in Oregon

Roxy Ann Peak

challenge course opened in Prescott Park in April 2012, operated by the Tigard-based company Synergo. The course has 15 elements—eight low and seven high—each...

Last Update: 2021-04-01T01:22:55Z Word Count : 3629 Synonim Roxy Ann Peak

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Oregon Electric Railway

The Oregon Electric Railway (OE) was an interurban railroad line in the U.S. state of Oregon that linked Portland to Eugene. Service from Portland to Salem began in January 1908. The Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway purchased the system in 1910, and extended service to Eugene in 1912. Regular passenger service in the Willamette Valley ended in May 1933. Freight operations continued and the railway survived into the 1990s, ultimately as a Burlington Northern feeder. Operation as an electric railroad ended July 10, 1945. The tracks run parallel to the main modern Union Pacific line between Portland and Eugene, used for freight and passenger service. The OE line is to the west, closely following the Willamette River. In the 2000s, the line has been under consideration as an alternative for Amtrak's Cascades and Coast Starlight passenger lines. Removing passenger service from the clogged Union Pacific track would improve the timeliness of the trains, permit higher capacity, and allow higher-speed travel, peaking at 110 MPH.Burlington Northern operated the last freight train on the Portland-Beaverton segment of this mainline on December 31, 1994, in preparation for the construction of Westside MAX, part of the TriMet light rail system. The right-of-way between Portland and Tigard has since been abandoned. From the north bank depot, it followed 10th Avenue, Salmon Street, and West Bank of the Willamette River. Portions of the right-of-way between the Southwest Waterfront and Multnomah Boulevard are currently under Interstate 5.


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