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Astoria Railroad
PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION
Restoring Baldwin #21

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Welcome Railroad Fans! We're pleased you share our interest in steam locomotives. Here at the Astoria Railroad Preservation Association (ARPA) we are hard at work restoring our 1925 Baldwin engine #21 to its original glory. We plan to give her a maiden spin for Astoria's Bicentennial celebration in 2011.

The ARPA, located in Astoria, Oregon, was formed in the early fall of 1990, and is comprised of dedicated individuals interested in promoting public appreciation of the historical importance of he railroads to our area. To further this goal, we have set as the initial objective the restoration of a steam locomotive to operate in the Astoria area. We incorporated in the March of 1991, and have since received 501c(3) status. Our membership is open to anyone with a sincere interest in our purpose and goals.

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Read our latest newsletter! Summer 2010.

Watch the restoration -- visit our Photo Journal.



 


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Astoria Railroad Preservation Association
P.O. Box 541
446 W. Marine Dr.
Astoria, Oregon 97103
(503) 325-5323
e-mail: info@astoriarailroad.org

An Educational Non-Profit Corporation
Dedicated to Promoting Public Awareness of Railroad History
Through the Preservation and Operation of Vintage Railway Equipment.


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