The Oahu Railway and Land Company Right-of-Way consists of 15 miles of narrow-gauge steel rails on a raised roadbed of mixed materials running from Honouliuli to Nanakuli. The Hawaiian Railway Society’s Rolling Stock and Railroad Yard includes engines, boxcars, flatcars, coaches, cane cars, hand-operated track inspection car, artifacts and memorabilia. The yard acts as a depot and is the site of the Society’s maintenance, storage and display facilities. The OR&L right-of-way is significant as it is one of the longest stretches of narrow-gauge operable railroad track still in place in the United States. The Rail Yard site serves as the depot for operational activities and maintenance.
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