Yep, Rainier is the town, and the Lewis & Clark Excursion Train will be using it this summer. (As already reported)... Besides that, the former Oregon Electric route (now also operated by Portland & Western RR) runs down the street in Salem (Front Avenue, north of downtown), Albany and Junction City. Expect one-two freight RTs a day on this track. AND, the P&W also runs down the street in Independence, on the former SP Westside Line. One RT a day, the Westsider uses this trackage. In Corvallis, the SP Westside Line travels down the center of Sixth Street but is separate from the street (there are curbs on either side of the rails and ballast). SP Newsprint, in Newberg, runs an industrial spur from their paper mill to the P&W line, an interesting operation to watch. Nearly the entire route is in the middle of the street, which escapes my mind right now; however if you travel through downtown on Highway 99W you will cross it. And last but not least... the Willamette Shores Trolley used to run on street trackage just south of downtown Portland, however due to several major construction projects the trolley route stops right at the beginning of the street trackage, which will probably be removed this summer. This trackage is the former Southern Pacific Jefferson Street Branch, abandoned by SP in the mid-1980s.