The 2-4-0 engine, known as Anaka, does a blowdown on the 325-foot curved wooden trestle.
Ornate metal work on the seats on board one of the passenger cars.
Anaka awaits patiently as her riders attend a Luau.
Builders plate for Anaka, originally built by HK Porter, in 1943, for the Carbon Limestone company.
Anaka warms up beside her stable mate Mrytle.
Anaka does a quick turn on the turntable at the Lahaina terminus.
Crossing the Hahakea 325-foot wooden trestle.
Myrtle, sits idle as Anaka, her sister engine, warms up for the days excursions.
Myrtle gets turned at the Lahaina station as engine #5 sits in the background.