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Kahului Railroad Company Images of Old Hawaiʻi

Jul 17, 2016 · Steam locomotive No. 12 was built in 1928 for the Kahului Railroad Company in Hawaii by the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Kahului Railroad hauled sugar from the fields to a mill and then took the finished sugar to the port of Kahului.…

POST OFFICE IN PARADISE - Kahului Railroad

The line eventually was called The Kahului Railroad. The first part of the line, the rail between Wailuku and the harbor, was in service by early 1880. Service was extended eastward to Paia by 1884. A branch line serviced Spreckelsville Plantation. Wilder Steamship Company took over the railroad in 1884.…

Midwest Central Railroad: No. 12 Baldwin Engine

"Steam locomotive No. 12 was built in 1928 for the Kahului Railroad Company in Hawaii by the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. "The Kahului Railroad operated on the Hawaiian island of Maui, and was built in 1879 to haul sugar cane from the fields to a mill and then take the finished sugar to the port of Kahului.…

List of Hawaii railroads - Wikipedia

Ahukini Terminal and Railway Company; ... Hilo Railroad; Kahului Railroad; Kauai Railway; Koolau Railway; Oahu Railway and Land Company; West Hawaii Railway; Electric. Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land Company; Industrial Rail Operations Island of Hawaii. Hamakua Mill Company; Kukaiau Plantation Company;…

03: Kahului, Maui

Kahului is a port town. The life of the community is dependent on stevedoring, with sugar and pineapples transported to port by train. William Walsh, manager of Kahului Railroad Company, is “absolute boss” of the town. The major social division is between Caucasians and non-Caucasians. White-collar jobs are available to Caucasians only.…

Hawaiian Railroads - American-Rails.com

In 1937 the railroad was acquired by the Kohala Sugar Company which renamed it as Mahukona Terminals, Ltd. Cutbacks began in 1939 and the operation was abandoned in 1945. The Island of Maui's railroad history dates back to 1890 when the island's large Pioneer Mill, which harvested sugar cane, built a short railroad to better move its product to market.…