Tillamook Station is nestled within the old Triangle Milling building, built in 1932 when the railroad ran right up to its back doors. The station neighbors a variety of artists, makers and craftspeople. The building was built out by owners Yvonne & Nathan Emerson with the intentions of crafting an inspiring tailor-made space to work and play.
Tillamook Station is a creative collective, opening it’s doors for community events in art, design, and other shared interests. The Gallery hosts workshops, lectures, art shows, private and other creative events.