Just arrived at this magnificent new railway station with an impressive roof structure, after spending 3 hours on a high speed train from Guangzhou which is 1,000 km away. The two trains at the b... (more)
Running along the tramway in Central District in the evening with its dark coffee tram body advertisement.
The Translohr LRV runs on a single central guide rail with "V" shape guide wheels, together with rubber tyres. This is locally called the "Tianjin Modern Guided Rail Tram".
Two trains arrived in their destination nearly at the same time and are seen unloading passengers together. The station's departure waiting hall is on the upper floor overviewing the platforms.
Climbing up to the Victoria Peak where you can have an overview of the Hong Kong's famous harbour.
Kowloon Bay Depot and its track fan area on the right, and Kowloon Bay Station and Kwun Tong Line tracks on the left. The depot's topside property development is a residential estate called Telfo... (more)
The Hong Kong's MTR Disneyland Resort Line is the very first dedicated train line for a Disney theme park anywhere in the world. The Line is scheduled to be opened by the end of Summer 2005.
Clyde Engineering G-12-1310 (54) (Right) with the brand new Siemens ER20 / Eurorunner (8005) (Left).
The trams are adding colours to the concrete jungle of Central District. Spot the difference between the second Tram 159 and others. The tram is being controlled by its rear driving cab and is r... (more)
This is my first time seeing a work train staying in a subway station. When I saw this I got off my train and took some photographs before I continued my journey. The one behind the locomotive i... (more)
Both the Kawasaki train and the Boeing 777-312 plane are going to the same destination, Singapore Changi International Airport.
In the absence of air-conditioning, tram passengers may suffer from the polluted and heated air especially those generated by public buses. Nevertheless, riding on a double-deck tram is still one... (more)
Advertising livery of "Centenary of Hong Kong Trams" special stamps.
The Hong Kong's MTR Disneyland Resort Line was opened on August 1, 2005.
"Ktt", MTR's Guangzhou-Kowloon Through Train, has been appointed as the "Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games Through Train". The exterior of the "Ktt" train is decorated with an Asian Games theme.
Minutes after entering the Hong Kong territory, the KCR through train still has around 30 minutes to go to reach its destination at Hung Hom, Kowloon.
The holding company of Hong Kong Tramways has just sold half of its interest to Veolia Transportation of France, and the new management has promised to retain the features of this 105 years old tr... (more)
Overview of the museum with a lot of locomotives on display. The one as shown on the right is called the Chairman Mao's Train.
The 4th car with a yellow stripe is the First Class compartment where fares are doubled. There are 12 cars in total.
Tram 120 was built to the design of the previous generation of trams dating from 1949. It is the only "heritage" tram in used in normal traffic.
Two NZJ3 locomotives and another two DF4D locomotives inside a rolling stock near Tianjin Station.
Departing for Pudong International Airport. A Shanghai's Maglev train can run up to 431km/h which takes only 8 minutes to complete the 30km trip.
The train wears the special scheme with contra-vision materials covering all windows, celebrating the 10th anniversary of Airport Express with Thomas & Friends.
The train is going to spend its next 8 hours to take us to Beijing.
80 thousand Hong Kong people joined a rally to express their sympathies to the victims of the August 23rd hostage tragedy in Manila of Philippines. Their black or white clothes show a contrast to... (more)
Running outside the oldest builings in Hong Kong.
The "Happy Train" with eight different theme colours on each of the eight compartments is a part of the MTR recent "Serving you with Joy and Care" advertising campaign.
In certain sections, tram tracks are enclosed by double white lines which means they are designed to be exclusively used by trams. However quite often you can still see bicycles running on tram t... (more)
A train from Hong Kong (Central) is seen approaching to the newly opened Sunny Bay Station, the interchange station with Disneyland Resort Line. Note also the "platform gate doors" newly introduc... (more)
Changchun light rail vehicles are manufactured by Xiangtan Electric of China.
Train running towards Xinzhuang.
One of three "Millennium" New Trams which has a streamlined design.
One of the four sets of Rotem - Mitsubishi trains serving Tung Chung Line.
Hakodate Streetcars started their services since 1913. The Series 2000 streetcars were introduced during 1993-1994. Here is the stop near Hakodate Railway Station.
The train, also named "Tsugaru", has just arrived in the station.
The Kwun Tong Line train is approaching to Kowloon Bay Station on the right. This scene will soon become a part of the history that the public housing blocks of Lower Ngau Tau Kok Estate which we... (more)
The tram for Happy Valley running outside a preserved and renovated old building, and there is a newly built high-rise residential block beside.
The 46km Tianjin Binhai Mass Transit (BMT) connects the Tanggu new district with Tianjin.
Changchun is one of the 3 cities running trams in China. The others are Dalian and Hong Kong.
On its way from Aljunied to Paya Lebar, the Kawasaki Heavy Industries & Nippon Sharyo C751B train (left) meets its elder brother, a Kawasaki Heavy Industries C151 train (right), which is running f... (more)
Kunming-Hekou Railway is the only narrow-gauge railway in China.
The Disneyland Resort Line train is approaching to the station from the Disneyland Resort Line Station.
In most of the time the "ktt" locomotives show their "red heads" but there are still chances that the another "heads" show their faces.
The Tianjin Metro was originally the second underground system in the Mainland of China. It was closed for a thorough redevelopment in 2001, and has been re-opened to public since June 12, 2006.
Although it looks very similar to other trams, this is actually a prototype of the new model of trams, with its outer structure changed to aluminium instead of teak. You can also see the destinat... (more)
All former KCR trains are now wearing the MTR identities starting from December 2, 2007, the first day that MTR takes over the KCR operations. However there are still many KCR identities around th... (more)
KCR 51, named as "Sir Alexander", is preserved in the Museum.
Minutes to leave the boundary of Hong Kong on its way to Guangzhou.
On the first day that MTR takes over the KCR operations including Light Rail.
A west bound train towards Pingguoyuan has just arrived in Guomao Station (China International Trade Centre).
One of the new trains built by Itochu-Kinki-Kawasaki Consortium of Japan which started their services in 2001.
The Batong Line trains have a nickname of "red snake".
Guangzhou-Kowloon Through Train T817 from Guangzhou approaching to its final destination.
An MTR West Rail Line train running alongside rural areas in Pat Heung.
Hong Kong's Light Rail vehicles (LRV) provide services in the districts of Tuen Mun, Yuen Long and Tin Shui Wai.
Members from crews of both MTR and Chinese Railway, identified by their colors of uniforms, are inside the driving cab.
Running towards Terminal 7 at the back.
Just arrived in Shenzhen Station from Guangzhou East.
Just arrived in the recently opened Johor Bahru Sentral Station from Singapore Tanjung Pagar Station. It is interested to see an old-looking train inside a new modern railway station.
Just coming out from the 5.5 km Tai Lam Tunnel and is running towards Tuen Mun. The track with the train wash facilities is going to the Pat Heung Maintenance Centre.
Wearing the KCR identity on the last day of the KCR operations.
Flying over a highway and is going to land on the next station at Kwai Fong.
A Tung Chung Line train leaving Sunny Bay for Tung Chung.
The Kawasaki LRV with an Australian Comeng one behind.
An Airport Express train travelling on the bridge linking the Hong Kong International Airport at Chek Lap Kok Island with the rest of Hong Kong. You can see the last compartment has no windows as... (more)
All former KCR trains are now wearing the MTR identities starting from December 2, 2007, the first day that MTR takes over the KCR operations. However there are still many KCR identities around t... (more)
Heading for Hung Hom Station on a sunny morning. The Chinese University of Hong Kong is in the background.
Hakodate Streetcars started their services since 1913. The Series 710 streetcars were introduced during 1960-1962. Streetcar 722 is also named "Snaffle's".
A KCR Ma On Shan Rail train approaching to its terminus. Noted the full "platforms" along the elevated railroad for evacuation in emergency. Background shows the high-rise residential blocks in ... (more)
The Ma On Shan Rail train is running from Tai Shui Hang Station to Heng On Station. Heng On Station is on the left, where you can find another train from the opposite direction approaching to the... (more)
A Bangkok Skytrain running through the commercial and shopping areas.
running towards the south.
Running along Fuxing South Road with the typical Taipei scenery as the background.
A train for Nam Cheong on the West Rail Line, which will be extended to Hung Hom later this year. Pat Heung Maintenance Centre is on the left where you can see a number of trains under maintenanc... (more)
On the first day that MTR takes over the KCR operations. Not only the trains receive the new identities, all front line staff members wear the new uniforms too.
A 4-car Ma On Shan Rail train looks very short as compared to an East Rail train which has 12 cars.
The CNR EMU (or C-Stock) trains are new to MTR which are supplied by Changchun Railway Vehicles of China, a member of CNR group. One of the trains is seen here running on Kwun Tong Line approachi... (more)
MTR Disneyland Resort Line Train #2 is carrying visitors to the green world of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.
MTR will succeed KCR to provide the Light Rail services starting from December 2, 2007. The MTR identities have already been printed on the LRVs, which are covered by the stickers with the KCR id... (more)
Cable car No. 18 fails to finish climbing up the steep Hyde Street and stops in the mid way. A truck is helping to complete its journey by pushing it from the back. Passengers do not appear to b... (more)
Climbing up from a tunnel which connects Sheung Shui Station and Lok Ma Chau Station on the last day of the KCR operations.
Approaching to the station for Yau Ma Tei.
Tin Shui Wai is one of the latest new towns in Hong Kong, with a variety of infrastructures which keep residents moving in a more convenience way, including footbridge systems as well as the Light... (more)
running towards New Addington on Route 3.
The MTR Kwun Tong Line serves the East Kowloon areas with massive residential blocks.
The Ma On Shan Rail train is seen approaching to the station.
An East Rail Line south bound train approaching to Platform No. 3 for East Tsim Sha Tsui Station. After the opening of the new Kowloon South Link in 2009, south bound trains of East Rail Line wil... (more)