Kualoa Sugar Mill
Kualoa served as one of the most sacred places in historical times and residing on this land is another relic of the past - the Kualoa Sugar Mill.
Built in 1863 by Charles Judd and Samuel Wilder, it was equipped with the latest milling technology from Scotland. According to Mike Woodfin, a couple of years after its opening, Samuel Wilder's nine year old son fell into a Vat of boiling syrup and survived only for a couple of days after until he finally died. Seven years later, due to lack of rain, the land was too arid for sugar cane and closed.
For more photos of this historical place, check out Ian Lind's photo page...
Trivia: Can you name some movies filmed at this location? Hint: Tom Hanks, Adam Sandler, Steven Spielberg