A gold prospector discovered the falls in the mid-1800s, and named them after his wife "Karolina". He persuaded investors to build the railway which bridged the ravine in front of the falls. The gold soon ran out, so then he turned to logging to a keep the investors happy. Moving forward 100 or so years it is now the late 70’s. With the discovery of a new vein of gold the mine has reopened, and the railway is now a preserved line. Features a real waterfall.