Rice & Roses #204 : Last Trains of Hawaii

Hawaiʻi's railways were used primarily for transportation of freight, sugarcane, and pineapple from the plantation to the harbors. However, the advent of trucking and other forms of logistical transportation rendered trains in Hawaiʻi unnecessary. This episode of Rice & Roses looks at the history and last days of trains and railways in Hawaiʻi.

Languages: English


  • Documentary

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