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Kapiolani Park's horse stables enabled riding lessons, polo

By Bob Sigall

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 13, 2014

~~<p>A few weeks ago in my column, John Veltri asked about the history of the Diamond Head Tennis Center at 3809 Paki Ave. Veltri said he heard that it was the site of the horse stables for the Honolulu trolley system. &quot;Any information you could share on this landmark would be appreciated.&quot;</p>
<p>Many readers wrote in about that. Dexter Wong said they were not part of the trolley system. He referred me to the book &quot;Hawaiian Tramways,&quot; by Roy Melvin and Robert Ramsay, which covers public transportation in Honolulu from 1868 to 1941.</p>
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A few weeks ago in my column, John Veltri asked about the history of the Diamond Head Tennis Center at 3809 Paki Ave. Veltri said he heard that it was the site of the horse stables for the Honolulu trolley system. "Any information you could share on this landmark would be appreciated."

Many readers wrote in about that. Dexter Wong said they were not part of the trolley system. He referred me to the book "Hawaiian Tramways," by Roy Melvin and Robert Ramsay, which covers public transportation in Honolulu from 1868 to 1941. Login for more...



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