I originally posted information about Antique Powerland on my website in a PLACES page on November 23, 2007 and last updated it on December 18, 2009. I am posting the railroad-related information here, with pictures and information from the 2010 Great Oregon Steam-Up. All of my information about Antique Powerland can be found at PlacesPages.
Interurban Car #1067 was built in the company shops of the Portland Electric Power Company (PEPCO) (now Portland General Electric) in Milwaukie, Oregon in 1907-08. Among its duties was carrying workmen on the line out to the Cazadero Dam and powerhouse on the Clackamas River.
The car was damaged in a crossing accident in 1917 and burned, but was rebuilt. It was retired in 1945 and was moved to Cannon Beach where it was used as a beach cabin.
It was discovered by an OERHS member and brought to the trolley park in 1981. This is the last remaining trolley car in existence that was built in the state of Oregon.
Between the 2007 and 2008 Great Oregon Steam Ups, some progress had been made on #1067, as evidenced by this one side being primered.
By 2010 there hadn't been much more progress on this car.
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