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Northwest logging demo

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Northwest logging demo

Of particular interest to the loggers and those interested in working machinery among you, we have lined up a very interesting tour. These days it is very rare to be able to see a full sized multi-spool logging engine (donkey) working but here’s your chance to see some working 1.5” scale donkey engine models. A group of local modelers sets up every summer to run a scale logging operation, complete with a highline yarder pulling in logs from the canyon and a loader picking them up and loading them onto log cars for the train to haul the logs “to the mill”.

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Willow Creek Railroad Museum

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Willow Creek Railroad

Willow Creek Railroad Museum is located at the Antique Powerland in Brooks, Oregon. WCRR was founded in 1975 as a place where live steamers could gather to share their interests in trains and enjoy outdoor miniature railroading. Our steam and diesel powered trains are 1:8 scale replicas - large enough for the whole family to ride! In 2001 we completed the track portion of our new plan to enlarge our track to over 5000 feet.

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Shady Dell Live Steam

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Pacific Northwest Live Steamers

The train park was founded in 1954 by Harry Harvey, who had a dream to provide a place where families could go to ride and learn about trains. When he died he left the park, to the Pacific Northwest Live Steamers. The club acquired the other three acres over time for expansion. Today the park features 4,200 feet of 7½-inch track that loops around a picnic area.

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