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Antique Powerland Museum [OR]

The Antique Powerland Museum presents historical power equipment. The Pacific NW Truck Museum and Willow Creek Railroad are located on site. The Willow Creek Railroad is a hands-on operating miniature railroad. Visitors may sit on the cars. The Pacific NW Truck Museum presents the history of trucking, with particular emphasis on the Pacific Northwest. 60 historic trucks are on display.

The museum offers exhibits, street car rides, and miniature railroad rides. The museum is closed November through February. Group tours are available on request.