There is some absolutely amazing footage in this clip!
I believe this is the old sugarcane train rushing through the Big Island in the first part. Watch as the train goes over the bridge as the people just sit there on the edge of those platforms!
Check out some of the shots that are shown in this “out of the archives” footage:
The translations of the title cards (thanks to PaulW)
De Hawaianeilanden in Vogelvlucht:
Birds-eye view of the Hawaiian Islands.
Deze eilanden behooren tot de Sandwich eilanden. Het landschap is zeer bergachtig:
These islands belong to the Sandwich Isles. The landscape is very mountainous.
Een tochtje op de Hilo baan:
A ride on the Hilo track.
De inboorlingen visschen in de brandingen met behulp van werpnetten:
The natives fish in the surf with the help of nets.
Typen uit Hawaian:
Characters from Hawaii.
Met een snelheid van 35 K.M. per uur door de branding:
With a speed of 20 mph through the surf.
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