Hawaiian Railway Society

P.O. Box 60369, Ewa Station, Ewa, Hawaii 96706, phone: (808) 681-5461, fax: (808) 681-4860

The 423 with five train cars and the Dillingham Parlor Car.

Rides and Fares


90 minute train rides available every Sunday. Open year-round except December 24th & 25th.

Departure Times: 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm


Standard Fares


Adults - $12.00
Children (ages 2-12) and Seniors (ages 62 & up) - $8.00
Children under age 2 - free (but must be held)


Parlor Car 64


Built in 1900, Mr. Dillingham’s personal car is added to the train and available for rides every second Sunday of the month.

All tickets for Parlor Car - $25.00


Weekday Charters


Weekday charters are available for Pre-school - High School/Senior Day Care Programs.


Ride Information


View of the Waianae Mountain range as seen from the train depot. Sunday rides are 90-minutes long, round-trip, and fully narrated. We depart from our station in Ewa traveling at a lickety-split speed of 15 miles per hour.

Passengers hear the story of the OR&L as well as stories about how sugar cane trains were used on the sugar plantations. We point out sites of historic interest, such as the site of a sisal plantation, historic Fort Barrette, and the "ghost town" of Gilbert. We also talk about the present and future growth of the Leeward Area.

At the end of the line we stop the train for a few minutes so passengers can admire the beautiful view of the ocean at Kahe Point.

Visitors are invited to use our picnic area, to walk around the train yard to look at the old locomotives and train cars on display, and to browse our gift shop.


Contact


For more information, send E-mail to the Hawaiian Railway, or call (808) 681-5461, or fax (808) 681-4860.