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Lahaina, Kaanapali and Pacific @ Lahaina, Hi

On a "return" trip to Hawaii, (In 1970, after returning from Okinawa with NMCB-9, I was reassigned to ComCBPac in Hawaii to survey a project at Kaneohe, a two year project). In the 90's, while visiting Maui, I had the opportunity to ride behind this train. Anaka No. 1 a 3 ft narrow gauge 2-4-0 steam locomotive produced by H.K. Porter, Inc. of Pittsburgh, Pa in February 1943 for the Carbon Limestone Company. The engine has undergone extensive exterior modification since it was built by Porter. It was built as a 0-4-0 saddle tank locomotive. In this form, it had a large tank surrounding the boiler, which held water for the locomotive. The LKPRR removed the saddle tanks, added a tender to hold water and fuel, added a larger smokestack, a wooden cab and larger headlight that resembles oil lamps once found on steam locomotives. This was originally a Sugar Cane train.

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Added to the photo archive by Bruce Macdonald, November 22, 2023.

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