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The Pacific Northwest Logging Museum (PNWLM) was formed to create a destination museum consisting of logging equipment, historic information, and educational displays for public viewing. PNWLM is chartered with the preservation and interpretation of historic logging equipment. The museum is located at Antique Powerland, Brooks, Oregon.

Antique Powerland is open from March through October, 9AM to 5PM, Wednesday through Sunday. (Closed Monday and Tuesday.) There is a $5.00 fee to enter the grounds. Children 12 and younger are admitted for free. Parking is also free. There is no charge to enter the Pacific Northwest Logging Museum.

Railcar mounted yarder as shown in
 a 1925 Willamette Iron and Steel Works 
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About Us

Since 2006, a group of dedicated individuals have talked about organizing a logging museum to preserve logging heritage and history. By 2008, the Pacific Northwest Logging Museum was a non-profit organization with designated land for the new museum. Design for the first building, a rail mounted saw shop, was in place in 2010 and plans for a shop building immediately followed.

The Pacific Northwest Logging Museum includes a motivated group of people who work hard, have fun, and are producing a true destination logging museum.

Pacific Northwest Logging Museum board meetings are held the third Saturday each month at 9AM in the Antique Powerland board room, Brooks, Oregon.

If you have any questions about the Pacific Northwest Logging Museum, please email us,

If you would like to become a member of the Pacific Northwest Logging Museum, please click here to download a membership application in PDF format.

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