Welcome back to Sightseeing Saturday!
A few months back, Hubs and I visited The Hawaiian Railway Society,
located in nearby Ewa.
The train route goes along a historic stretch of track west of old Ewa. The train operators give a narrative during your trip, and you will learn about Hawaii's rich railway history.
|We rode this wonderful open-air car, with 360 degree views|
Kids will love this ride on a real choo-choo train
|A stop at Kahe Point on the Leeward side of Oahu.|
Leeward is the drier and sunnier side of the island.
The train's route also passes directly through Ko Olina Resort
and you might see some of the famous black swans
|The sun was spotlighting an area of the ocean, |
and I wish this photo could have captured
how glorious it really was.
This was a day to "relax and enjoy the ride"
as the train travels along for 90 minutes at a pulse-racing 15 miles per hour.
It is the only active, historic railway on Oahu.
Visit www.HawaiianRailway.com for more information.
If you enjoy train travel and nostalgia, leave me a comment below.