Visited the railroad museum after seeing it on a sightseeing map of Portland. A $10 each entrance fee gets you entry to the museum and a 45 minute train ride along the coast. The museum gives you a chance to see some early carriages up close and a walk through some of them. The train journey is a trip out and back along the same line, with a driver, conductor and line man. We were quite lucky because we were the only passengers we had a personal guided tour. If you do have children they sometime let them blow the horn if that's of interest. We did give a tip at the end that went to the museum because it is volunteer run.
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