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Taking a scenic tour aboard Mount Hood Railroad is like stepping back in time. You can almost smell the freshly picked fruit and milled wood that grows just beyond the train's windows as it rolls through the Hood River Valley—products that have been carried along the 22-mile track since the Oregon Lumber Company built the short-line railroad in 1906.
While aboard, Mount Hood and Mount Adams provide picturesque backdrops. According to The Railroad Nation, the railroad's newly-renovated 1955 Pullman club car combines historic nostalgia with modern amenities. Passengers are also welcome to taste some regional flavors from freshly-prepared meals sourced from local ingredients made right on the train.