Posted: Mar 16, 2020 @ 23:03:39 by JD Marzec
Wrong builders #. Anaka is 7398.
Posted: Aug 4, 2015 @ 14:08:48 by Erik
The railroad was bought at the last minute and is currently having the outdated tracks replaced. Scheduled to reopen later this year!
Posted: Aug 21, 2014 @ 24:08:14 by Erik
Both engines and equipment are being kept in their shed in kaanapali, so please change city to kaanapali and status to stored.
Posted: Aug 3, 2014 @ 16:08:32 by Kyle
The LK&P shut down effective 8/1/14. Fate of the locomotives and rolling stock is unknown.
Posted: Jun 23, 2008 @ 23:06:04 by J.D. Marzec
Anaka is down for a week due to a broken stay and no fuel oil
Posted: Aug 9, 2005 @ 21:08:02 by Chris Little
This engine along with the other one have Names. This ones name is Anaka
Posted: Aug 9, 2005 @ 21:08:47 by Chris Little
This Engine Along with the other one have names. This ones name is Anaka
Posted: Jan 28, 2004 @ 23:01:05 by James
Both of these engines were 0-4-0 T's built to 38" gauge. Arthur LaSalle ( American R.R. Equipment) rebuilt the engines into 2-4-2 types and converted them to 36" gauge for the L.K.&P. They were test run on the East Broad Top before being shipped to HI. I understand that the LK&P had problems keeping the rear engine truck on the track so they were removed at some point making them into 2-4-0 types.