Living Lahaina History

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© Keiko Ehret
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UploadedSeptember 19, 2009
TakenAugust 23, 2009
Exposure1/125 sec at f/8
FlashCompulsory Flash
Focal Length21 mm
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This is Myrtle, the last operating steam engine in the Hawaiian Islands. The Sugar Cane Train runs through Kaanapali and Lahaina, and the conductor has been there long enough to tell many stories of the history of the Hawaiian Islands and of the cane and pineapple plantations that used to thrive here on Maui.

In the Sweet History on Rails photo essay.

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  • Cindy

    Cindy said (19 Sep 2009):

    Beautiful B & W

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