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Kualoa Ranch – The Arrow

“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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Episode images copyright ABC Studios, courtesy Lost-Media.com and Lostpedia.

Kaaawa Valley

The broad, majestic Ko’olau mountain ridge seen in a memorable wide shot in the pilot episode (“Pilot,” Ep. 1×01) is viewed from Ka’a’awa Valley, also known as Kualoa Valley. The same view is revisited during the conversation between Jacob and the Man in Black during Season Six (“Ab Aeterno,” Ep. 6×09). The valley contains a number of iconic “LOST” locations. Continue reading Kaaawa Valley

Hawaii Convention Center

The bustling international airport in Sydney (“White Rabbit,” Ep. 1×05, “House of the Rising Sun,” Ep. 1×06, Exodus,” Eps. 1×23 and 1×24, and “Two for the Road,” Ep. 2×20) was played by the the gleaming steel and glass Hawaii Convention Center, which does bear a striking resemblance to an airport (1801 Kalakaua Ave.). Continue reading Hawaii Convention Center

Fisherman’s Wharf

The waterfront bar where Ana Lucia and Dr. Shepherd parted company in Sydney (“Two for the Road,” Ep. 2×20), briefly bumping into Sawyer, was Fisherman’s Wharf at the end of Ward Ave. (1009 Ala Moana Blvd.). The locations crew put up a sign with reversed letters and a backwards stop sign, then flipped the film in order to create the illusion of right-hand drive cars. Continue reading Fisherman’s Wharf