Hawaiin Railroad

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  1. Nomad

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    My wife took these for me when she went home for a visit.

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    another pic

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    Still can not do more than one at a time

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    another pic.

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    another picture.

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    and another

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    one more picture.
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    grewsome,:wave:
    Is this the Hawaii Railroad Historical Society that is at Ewa Beach across the road from the old Barbers Point NAS? If it is they sure have been busy since I was there in 2005. I used to live about a mile from there. My daughter and I used to take the excursion train toward Waianae and back. A great ride on a narrow gauge (3ft) railroad.:thumb:

    Aloha
    Tom
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    Twiget, it sure is. Most of my wifes family live around there.

    Loren
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    A couple more pictures I hope.

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    One more time. I finally posted them all. As twiget said, This is on the island of Ohau, on the leeward side, there used to be a club that had a layout in a caboose, but that was back in the early 90's, and my wife did not see it there.

    Loren

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  12. Papa Bear

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    Nice pictures, grewsome! :thumb: Love the locomotives. Thanks for posting.
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    Your welcome. Wish I had more.

    Loren