It's a busy Sunday afternoon at the Hawaiian Railway Society. Hawaiian Railway 45-Tonner 423 is out of service having some work performed on one truck. At left in the shop is former US Navy Whit... (more)
Narrow gauge 65 tonner #174 is a former US Navy locomotive who served her entire career on Oahu. Built in April 1945 she and two sisters were the largest diesel locomotives ever used in Hawaii. ... (more)
Narrow gauge 45 tonner #302 is lettered for the Oahu Railway though she was purchased by the US Navy in November 1944 and served her entire life on the island of Oahu for the US military. After ... (more)
Two former US Navy Whitcomb switchers, 45 ton ORL 302 and 65 ton USN 65-00174 sit in the yard at Ewa.
This 25-ton locomotive was built on the Waialua Agricultural Plantation in 1919 with parts from Baldwin Locomotive and parts found at the Oahu plantation.
Designed and built for the ORL in 1900, car 64 is still put into occasional use on the Hawaiian Railway in Ewa.
This Hawaiian Railway 45 tonner is ready for a short excursion around the SW area of Oahu.
One of many pieces of Hawaiian railroad history found in the Hawaiian Railway's Oahu yard in Ewa.
Hawaiian Railway narrow guage tourist opeartion on the original OR&LCo ROW.