Category Archives: Season 2

“LOST” Season 2.

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

Cathedral Church of St. Andrew

The church where Mr. Eko is sent on a miracle verification mission (”?” Ep. 2×21) was the historic Cathedral Church of St. Andrew. The church where Charlie goes for confession and talks with his brother (”The Moth,” Ep. 1×07), was St. Paul’s Church next door (229 Queen Emma Square). Continue reading Cathedral Church of St. Andrew

Ali’iolani Hale

The “research laboratory” where Desmond met his friend Donovan (“Flashes Before Your Eyes,” Ep. 3×08) was inside historic Ali’olani Hale, home of the Hawaii State Supreme Court (417 S. King St.). The office where both Claire met would-be adoptive parents (”Raised By Another,” 1×10) and where Micheal faced his ex (”Adrift,” Ep. 2×02) was a conference room in the same building. Continue reading Ali’iolani Hale

First Hawaiian Center

The sleek, cavernous office of Sun’s father (”In Translation,” Ep. 1×17, “Glass Ballerina,” Ep. 2×02), and the lawyer’s office where Jack and Sarah argue (”A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01), is the mezzanine gallery space inside First Hawaiian Center, the tallest building in the state (999 Bishop St.). Continue reading First Hawaiian Center

Police Beach

Police Beach is among the most iconic and most used locations on “LOST.” It’s the home of the survivors’ beach camp as seen beginning halfway through the first season through season six. The shore itself, like all beaches in Hawaii, is open to the public, but the set becomes private property at the vegetation line. There is often signage and temporary fencing marking the nebulous property line. Continue reading Police Beach