Hawaiian Railway Society

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

Train engine and cars



Aloha and Welcome


Detailed drawing of train engine W.A.Co. 6.

The Hawaiian Railway Society is an educational, non-profit organization dedicated to saving, restoring and protecting Hawaii's railroading history. We have the only historic railroad on the island of Oahu and the only operating railroad museum in the state.

Come ride with us along a historic stretch of track west of old Ewa and listen to stories about the history of railroading in Hawaii. Train rides are available year round.

A picnic area is available for passengers to use before or after their ride or they may take food and beverages on board. The picnic area is great for holding birthday parties and other special occasions and may be reserved. Call for availability.

The Hawaiian Railway Society is a member of the Association of Railway Museums (ARM).

Train maximum capacity is 180.

Questions or comments? Please contact us here.


 
Click on the image below for a panoramic tour of Locomotive #302 and Parlor Car 64.

Click on the link for a panoramic tour of Locomotive #302 and Parlor Car 64