OREGON COAST RAILRIDERS , established in 2016, uses 6 miles of The Port of Tillamook Bay Rail Road which was originally known as the Pacific Railway and Navigation Company. In 1911 the last spike completed the original rail road that became affectionately know as the PRN, or Punk Rotten Nasty by those who worked hard to maintain the rail line. The PRN was later purchased by the Southern Pacific Railway. OCRR operates on 6 miles of the original track from Bay City to Tillamook. Rail enthusiasts can also ride the Oregon Coast Scenic Excursion train from Garibaldi to Rock-a-Way. http://oregoncoastscenic.org/.
JOSEPH BRANCH RAILRIDERS, the original company, was established in 2014 on a portion of the historic Joseph Branch Rail Road now known as Wallowa Union Railroad. WURR is 63 miles long and connects Elgin in Union County with the City of Joseph in Wallowa County. JBR uses 20 miles of WURR track to offer a 2 hour and 1/2 day adventure. The railroad crosses through the high mountain Wallowa valley then follows the pathways of the Grande Ronde and Wallowa Rivers that eventually flow into the Pacific Ocean. The Eagle Cap Excursion Train offers a variety of train rides from Elgin, http://eaglecaptrainrides.com/. More railriding information about Joseph Branch Railriders at http://jbrailriders.com/.