A number of commuters get off or board an westbound Airport Express service, on a rainy autumn evening. The brief stop is also used for a crew change. First passengers on track 2 are already waiting for the eastbound counterpart, though they'll need to shelter for another 20 minutes until their train arrives. Taken with pretty much at the extreme end of what I'm capable handholding the 75mm f1.8, I wish I would've raised the ISO a bit more, also focusing of with the Pen-F in these conditions is always kind of a hit and miss. I'll revist this another time.
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This past Sunday, we took a ride on the Hawaiian Railway train between Ewa and Kahe Point. The Hawaiian Railway Society has preserved and maintained some of the old trains that used to carry sugar cane and pineapples from the plantations to Honolulu, as well as passengers and cargo. Here are just a few shots from our Sunday ride with a group of photographer friends. We were blown away by the Toy Train Museum. Highly recommended.