Monday, November 23, 2020

Hawaiian Railway, 11/22/20

Our photo group went on an excursion, thank you Bob for suggesting this and Walter for arranging it. This was fun!!!

Here is a link to

Not knowing if there might be traffic, we got there early and had time to look around and capture some photos.

Thank you Gary for this photo with the explanation which was on this train.

The following was on a fence with a time line. I found it very informative.

There is a cool Toy Train Museum. You have to see it for yourself.

Excuse me! That is a no no Gary. It looks like you were trying to break open the safe. Nah, all in fun.

Looks like a little of the Christmas decorations were up. I can only imagine when it gets closer, how cute this place will be.

Some scenes along the way.

I did have to crop this photos so you could see this horse, actually I think there are 2 next to each other.

The tour guide suggested we take a photo of this mountain incase it gets developed with homes.

Before we got to this place, some of the guys were able to capture 2 dolphins playing. I did see them but was unable to get any photos.

Here we stopped for some ice cream

Doesn't it look like a party in a cup with the sprinkles? It was our first time at "Aloha Rolls"

I would support Hawaiian Railway. They do not get any assistance; their income is from tickets sold to ride the train. The cost is $15.00 if you are under 62 and $10.00 for Senior/Child.

This was a wonderful 3 hour tour. It does not matter whether you sit on the side facing the mountain or the side facing the ocean, you get to switch sides when we returned with our ice cream. There were 10, plus a new friend.

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