Port and Terminal Facilities at the Ports of the Territory of Hawaii, 1941

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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 39 - Description: Dimensions Depth of water, m. 1. 1. w Berthing space available Width of apron ..Deck above m. 1. 1. w Capacity per square foot Lighted or unlighted Transit sheds on pier Type of construction Length and width.
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...

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