Look out for the firecar! Believe it or not, railroad signs in Hawaii used to sport this warning, instead of the standard 'Railroad Crossing.' At the time, though, the signs were all in Hawaiian. The railway was once the island's main mode of transportation, but this is the only operating branch that remains. It offers charter rides throughout the week as well as two scheduled rides on Sunday. The train holds up to 200 people and a separate parlor car can be attached for your privacy. Tour the former Ewa Plantation, ghost towns and other island landmarks. Call for prices and reservations.
Attractions & Landmarks, Tours
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- Nearest Train: #42,44