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The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is the current end of the line for the CL route. The stop is about 1 block from the entrance to OMSI. The home the famous Steam Locomotives, SP4449 and SPS700 is about 2 blocks away as part of a new rail museum. Around 2015, the streetcar will be extended from here to a new bridge over the Willamette to join with the new MAX line to Milwaukie.

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A rarity, two cars on the single track terminal, in prep for opening ceremonies (9/22/12) New United Streetcar at the bumper block (9/22/12)
United Streetcar packed with dignitaries on opening day of the East Side Loop (9/22/12) United Streetcar packed with dignitaries on opening day of the East Side Loop (9/22/12)
Car crossing over the UP main line (9/22/12) Car at the terminal (9/22/12)
View from the temporary end of line bumper block (9/22/12) New United Streetcar at the bumper block (9/22/12)
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