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Mt. Hood Railroad
Originally opening for business in 1906, the Mount Hood Railroad has since become a staple of history and culture for areas near the Columbia River Gorge. Found near downtown Hood River just off of 2nd Street and Cascade Avenue, the railroad travels 60 miles from Hood River – the city – to metropolitan Portland.
Although the Mt. Hood Railroad stopped commercial rail service in 1987, visitors can still visit the railroad depot for a glimpse into the railroad's longstanding history. Too, curious travels may hop on one of the three locomotives for a scenic, four-hour journey around the Hood River Valley, capturing views of Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams along the way.
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