Portland commonly refers to:

  • Portland, Oregon, United States
  • Portland, Maine, United States
  • Isle of Portland, England, the origin of the name

Portland may also refer to:

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Other articles related to "portland":

Portland Aerial Tram
... The Portland Aerial Tram is an aerial tramway in Portland, Oregon, carrying commuters between the city's South Waterfront district and the main Oregon Health Science ... The tram was jointly funded by OHSU, the city of Portland, and by South Waterfront property owners, with the bulk of the funding coming from OHSU ... it is open to the public and operated as part of Portland's public transportation network that includes the Portland Streetcar, MAX Light Rail, and TriMet buses ...
Tualatin Valley - History
... In 1850, the Oregon Territory created the Portland Valley Plank Road Company to build a road through the Tualatin Hills connecting Portland with Beaverton ... Stewart Holbrook, the building of the plank road was the decisive event that allowed Portland to surpass its rival Oregon City for supremacy as the economic ... suburbanized and now forms a distinct cultural area that rivals Portland itself in political and economic influence ...
2001 Grand Prix Of Portland
... The 2001 Grand Prix of Portland was the sixth round of the 2001 American Le Mans Series season ... It took place at Portland International Raceway, Oregon, on August 5, 2001 ...
Portland, Victoria - Community - Schools - Primary Schools
... Bundarra Primary School Portland Primary School North Portland Primary School Portland South Primary School All Saints Parish Primary School Bolwarra Primary School St Johns ...
Portland Harbour - History
... offered by the south coast of England, Chesil Beach and the Isle of Portland ... King Henry VIII built Portland Castle and Sandsfoot Castle to defend this anchorage ... of the anchorage, made of blocks from local quarries on the Isle of Portland ...

Famous quotes containing the word portland:

    It is said that a carpenter building a summer hotel here ... declared that one very clear day he picked out a ship coming into Portland Harbor and could distinctly see that its cargo was West Indian rum. A county historian avers that it was probably an optical delusion, the result of looking so often through a glass in common use in those days.
    —For the State of New Hampshire, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)