Located on State Route 14 along the Columbia Gorge, Wishram is an unincorporated community of approximately 350 people. Mentioned extensively in many early explorers’ journals such as Lewis and Clark, Wishram historically was the site of summer camps and a major trade center for the early Native Americans. For centuries, indigenous peoples populated the area with its easy access to Celio Falls and the Deschutes River. Since the construction of The Dalles Dam, Celio Falls and the lower portions of Wishram have been filled by the dam’s backwaters.
Today Wishram is a railroad town and the site for the Oregon Trunk Rail Bridge (also known as The Celilo Bridge) crossing the Columbia River. In town, you can visit the restored Baldwin Locomotive No. 2507 built in 1923 and run by Great Northern. Nearby visit Jacob Williams Winery, Cascade Cliffs Vineyard and Winery, Waving Tree Winery, Maryhill Winery and Museum. .
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