Port and Terminal Facilities at the Ports of the Territory of Hawaii, 1941
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1941 - Harbors - 44 pages
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35 feet Allowable floor load apron Army available to vessels barrels Berthing space available breakwater Bulkhead wharf bunkering capacity Capacity per square channel City main Cold storage concrete deck concrete piles connections conveyors corrugated iron Depth of water Description Dimensions docks east ENGINEERS entrance Face or end Feet Feet Feet feet long Fire protection fuel oil fuel oil line gallons handling HARBOR FACILITIES Honolulu hour Inter-Island Steam Navigation Kahului Land length Lighted or unlighted Location on water Matson Mechanical handling facilities miles molasses Name Number of floors number on map Oahu Operated phase pipe line PORT AND HARBOR pounds Power Reference number Remarks roof sheds on pier ship Sprinkler system square feet square foot steel sugar surface tracks tanks terminal Territory of Hawaii Trans-Pacific freight Transit sheds Transport Type of construction United volts warehouse water front water line Water supply available wharf wharves width Width of apron wood
Page 39 - Mechanical handling facilities Railway connections Steamship lines using terminal regularly. Water supply available to vessels. . Fire protection other than city service. Electric current available to vessels: Lighting Power Remarks.
Page 24 - The range of tide? between mean lower low water and mean higher high water is 2.3 feet, and the extreme range under ordinary conditions is 3.2 feet.
Page 24 - One hundred miles of standard-gage railway connects the port with the principal sugar plantations. The entrance to Hilo Harbor is in deep water from the north, between a coral reef and the west shore; thence it turns at a right angle to the eastward and follows inside the reef to Kuhio Bay. The minimum width of the entrance is 1,200 feet. The inner harbor, called Kuhio Bay, has a minimum width of...