One of two Dole Pineapple Express consists completes its circuit around the plantation grounds and will shortly arrive at the passenger unloading area. Trains take visitors on a narrated journey ... (more)
Crew members keep a watchful eye on the road ahead as parlor car 64 leads the westbound run of the Hawaiian Railway 3:00pm excursion. This car is one of many historic pieces in the museum's colle... (more)
The Hawaiian Railway 3:00pm excursion has begun the return trip to the museum at Ewa after stopping at the present end of the line in Kahe Point. Excursion trains stop here briefly to give passen... (more)
Crossing the largest trestle on the LK&P RR --- 325-ft. long.
Also the remnants of a sugar plantation 3-ft. ga. line, the Kauai Plantation Railway operates five daily trips, 40-mins. each, at Kauai on the island of Kauai, Hawaii.
Steaming along, the Sugar Cane Train heads towards Puukolii Station in late afternoon.
Hawaii’s railroading beginnings are often credited to the Island of Kauai, whose first opened in 1881 on three miles of narrow-gauge track at the Kilauea Plantation to haul sugar cane. By 1915 the... (more)
The narrow gauge Lahaina Kaanapali and Pacific Railroad, otherwise known as the "Sugar Cane Train", is shown here departing the Puukolii Station. I asked the conductor of the train why a company s... (more)
A former US Navy locomotive built in 9/44 for the USN "District Rail Transportation Coordinator" in Oahu handles excursion duties for the Hawaiian Railway Museum. This locomotive has spent its ent... (more)
A Hawaiian Railway excursion runs along the Pacific Ocean near the present-day end of the line at Kihe Point. Crewmembers ride the walkways to provide flag protection at grade crossings along the... (more)
On the west side of Maui runs the Sugar Cane Train. Here Lahaina, Kaanapali & Pacific engine number 1 is southbound through the town of Ka'anapali.
The only other railroad on Oahu besides the 3-foot guage Oahu Railway is the tourist park train at the Dole Plantation.
Sugar cane train converted in the tourist attraction enters the bridge on its way to Lahaina station.
Hawaiian Railway narrow guage tourist opeartion on the original OR&LCo ROW.