Tuesday, 3 April 2012


Here is a video sent to me by the poster, thirdphaseofmoon, and concerns a report from the Laupahoehoe Train Museum in Hawaii.
Between 1909 and 1913, the Hamakua Division of the railroad was constructed to service the sugar mills north of Hilo. Because of the rugged nature of the Hamakua Coast, the railway had to cross hundreds of streams and valleys. Dozens of steel trestles rose over 150 feet above the streams underneath them. Over 3,100 feet of tunnels were constructed, one of which, the Maulua Tunnel, was over half a mile in length.
Early in the morning of April 1, 1946, a massive tsunami struck Hawai'i. A tragic loss of life occurred in several low-lying areas of  the island chain, the east side of Hawaii island were hit the worst. The railroad line between Hilo and Pa'auilo suffered massive damage; bridges collapsed, trestles tumbled, and one engine was literally swept off the tracks.
This interesting video shows a number of paranormal pictures captured by the museum and visitors, and makes compulsive viewing.
I was genuinely impressed by the number of great captures they have.
Their website address is: http://www.thetrainmuseum.com/

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