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Kualoa Ranch – The Arrow

by on Oct.01, 2011, under Jin, S2E07 The Other 48 Days, Sawyer, Sayid, Season 2, Trails, Windward

“The Arrow” was the second DHARMA station on The Island, and was used as a refuge by the tail-section survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 (“The Other 48 Days,” Ep. 2×07). It is located on the grounds of Kualoa Ranch, which is home to many iconic “LOST” locations.

In October 2011, Ed Kos of Kos Tours, Inc. discovered this door and tunnel in Kaaawa at Kualoa Ranch (beneath the right side of the “Kissing Monkeys” rock formation). Former tour driver Matt Morici identified it as “The Arrow,” the second DHARMA station on The Island and a filming location for which he’d been hunting for years.

Photo by Ed Kos

Photo by Ed Kos

Photos courtesy Ed Kos/Kos Tours, Inc.

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The Arrow - Photo from Lostpedia

The Arrow - Photo by Lost-Media.com

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Note: Kualoa Ranch is private property and access is available only through official and authorized tours.

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Bamboo Field

by on Aug.31, 2010, under Jack, S6E17 The End, Season 1, Season 6, Trails, Urban Honolulu

The spot where “LOST” began and ended, with Jack lying on his back in a bamboo forest (“The Pilot,” Ep. 1×01, “The End,” Ep. 6×17) is located just off Nuuanu Pali Dr., through the access gate to the Pauoa Ridge hunting area within the Honolulu Watershed Forest Reserve. This is also the bamboo field through which “Mother” led young Jacob and young Man in Black to the “Heart of the Island” (“Across the Sea,” Ep. 6×15). (continue reading…)

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Judd Memorial Trail

by on Aug.31, 2010, under Ben, Claire, Jacob, Kate, Locke, S1E14 Special, S1E15 Homecoming, S2E23 Live Together, Die Alone, S3E05 The Cost of Living, S3E06 I Do, S3E20 The Man Behind the Curtain, S6E15 Across the Sea, Season 1, Season 2, Season 3, Season 6, Urban Honolulu

Judd Memorial Trail was frequently used as a “LOST” filming location, serving as a jungle and stream setting in nearly every season. It was where Mr. Eko met his demise (“The Cost of Living,” Ep. 3×05) and where young Ben met Richard Alpert for the first time (“The Man Behind the Curtain,” Ep. 3×20). Most recently, it was where Jacob attacked the Man in Black (“Across the Sea,” Ep. 6×15). (continue reading…)

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Pacific Marina Inn

by on Jun.21, 2010, under Hotels, Jack, Kate, S5E04 The Little Prince, S5E11 Whatever Happened, Happened, Season 5, Urban Honolulu

The motel where Jack and Kate found Aaron’s grandmother, Carole Littleton (“The Little Prince,” Ep. 5×04), was the Pacific Marina Inn near Keehi Lagoon (2628 Waiwai Lp.). Presumably, the same location was used when Kate returned to deliver Aaron later in the season (“Whatever Happened, Happened,” Ep. 5×11). (continue reading…)

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St. Patrick’s Catholic Church

by on Jun.21, 2010, under East Honolulu, Hurley, Jack, Kate, S4E12 There's No Place Like Home, Sayid, Season 4, Urban Honolulu

The church where Christian Shephard’s funeral was held (“There’s No Place Like Home, Part I,” Ep. 4×12) was St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Kaimuki (1124 7th Ave.). This location is adjacent to Sacred Hearts Academy. (continue reading…)

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Rehab Hospital of the Pacific

by on Jun.19, 2010, under Claire, Desmond, Jack, Jin, Kate, Locke, Offices, S6E11 Happily Ever After, S6E13 The Last Recruit, S6E14 The Candidate, S6E16 What They Died For, S6E17 The End, Sawyer, Sayid, Season 6, Sun, Urban Honolulu

The hospital that was the nexus of several storylines in the flash-sideways in Season 6 was the Nuuanu location of the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific (226 North Kuakini Street). Jack and Juliet worked there, and patients included Claire, Locke, Sun, and Sayid’s brother. Visitors included Kate, Sawyer, Sayid, Nadia, Helen, and David. The location was also used to portray the care home where Anthony Cooper lived (“The Candidate, Ep. 6×14). (continue reading…)

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Pauahi Tower

by on Apr.20, 2010, under Claire, Desmond, Downtown, Jack, Offices, S1E21 The Greater Good, S6E13 The Last Recruit, Sayid, Season 1, Season 6

The office building where Claire went to visit the adoption agency, and where Desmond introduced her to his lawyer Ilana (“The Last Recruit,” Ep. 6×13), was Pauahi Tower in downtown Honolulu (1001 Bishop St.). The lobby was transformed with a check-in desk and a sign that read “Constellation Tower.” Desmond and Claire took the escalator to the mezzanine level, then took the elevator to the 15th floor. Jack and his son David later arrived for the reading of Christian’s will. The mezzanine level also stood in for Heathrow Airport when Sayid was apprehended (“The Greater Good,” Ep. 1×21). (continue reading…)

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Ala Moana Beach Park

by on Apr.14, 2010, under Beaches, Desmond, Hurley, S6E12 Everybody Loves Hugo, Season 6, Streets, Urban Honolulu, Waikiki

The busy beach where Hurley and Libby had their picnic (“Everybody Loves Hugo,” Ep. 6×12), and where Desmond spied on them from the road, was the west end of Ala Moana Beach Park, one of the largest parks in urban Honolulu managed by the City & County of Honolulu. (continue reading…)

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August Ahrens Elementary School

by on Apr.14, 2010, under Ben, Central, Desmond, Locke, S6E12 Everybody Loves Hugo, Schools, Streets

The school parking lot where Desmond staged a hit-and-run on Locke in his wheelchair (“Everybody Loves Hugo,” Ep. 6×12) was August Ahrens Elementary School in Waipahu (94-1170 Waipahu St.). (continue reading…)

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Pinky’s Pupu Bar & Grill

by on Apr.13, 2010, under Hurley, S6E12 Everybody Loves Hugo, Season 6, Windward

The exterior of Spanish Johnny’s, the Mexican restaurant where Hurley met Libby in the flash-sidways (“Everybody Loves Hugo,” Ep. 6×12), was Pinky’s Pupu Bar & Grill in Kailua (970 North Kalaheo Ave.). The interior was Bandito’s Cantina at Pearlridge Center. (continue reading…)

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