Two QJ work very hard to reach the summit of Jing Peng pass.
One that almost got away. Would the sun set before the train arrived? It did, but the resultant pink glow made for a pleasing effect.
It's minus 25 degrees Farenheit (-32C) as a pair of QJ's cross the curved viaduct by the brickworks, on their climb to the sumit of the Jing Peng Pass.
Two pairs of QJ's meet at Jing Peng Station, with Jing Peng City glinting in the background. The arriving set will take water, then begin the climb to Jing Peng Pass, while the other pair heads w... (more)
With all the great QJ shots from Iowa, I thought I would reach back for one of my very first shots of a QJ, taken early on a freezing cold morning. 6996 is waiting at the summit of Jing Peng Pass... (more)
A pair of QJ's charge past the Hadashan distant signal on their climb to the Jing Peng Pass.
A pair of QJ's, climbing toward Jing Peng Pass, are silhouetted against the twilight as they cross the curving viaduct at Si Ming Yi.
QJ's 7012 & 7137 have just crossed the famous curved bridge at Si Ming Yi, heading for tunnel one.
7012 & 7137 cross the bridge at Si Ming Yi village, heading for the famous curved bridge.
QJ's 7012 & 7137 catch the sun as they round Si Ming Yi, heading for tunnel one.
QJ's 7012 & 7137 have just exited tunnel one, on their climb to Jing Peng Pass.
QJ 6882 was leading an eastbound freight train at Jing Peng while QJs 7040 and 7009 wait for the signal to proceed west, on November 2, 2002.
with QJ 6828