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The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is a heritage railroad in Yacolt, Washington. Formerly a Northern Pacific branchline and operated by the Longview, Portland and Northern Railway for many years, in the 1980s and 1990s the line went through a number of successive operators. Today the railroad is owned by Clark County, Washington, and the trackage from Vancouver Junction to Heisson is operated by the for freight traffic. No freight traffic exists north of Battle Ground at this time.

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  • The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is a heritage railroad in Yacolt, Washington. Formerly a Northern Pacific branchline and operated by the Longview, Portland and Northern Railway for many years, in the 1980s and 1990s the line went through a number of successive operators. Today the railroad is owned by Clark County, Washington, and the trackage from Vancouver Junction to Heisson is operated by the for freight traffic. No freight traffic exists north of Battle Ground at this time.
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  • The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is a heritage railroad in Yacolt, Washington. Formerly a Northern Pacific branchline and operated by the Longview, Portland and Northern Railway for many years, in the 1980s and 1990s the line went through a number of successive operators. Today the railroad is owned by Clark County, Washington, and the trackage from Vancouver Junction to Heisson is operated by the for freight traffic. No freight traffic exists north of Battle Ground at this time. The excursions travel through the historic logging country of north Clark County, Washington, from the town of Yacolt to and returning, stopping for a half-hour at . A trestle crosses the East Fork Lewis River. Excursions are typically scheduled for one or two weekends within a month, along with special excursions for the Halloween and Christmas holidays.
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