The crew of the GJ 1018 has finished the tea break and is back to work. They are preparing the loco for the next shunting duties in the Sujiatun yard.
The tender of the steam locomotive JS 5754 is being filled by a steam crane at the Sujiatun shed. This was a common sight in China in 1995.
GJ 1018 makes a short break during her shunting operations. The crew of the locomotive must be having tea inside the hut.
This Chinese diesel locomotive cannot deny its American origin. Over the years, China has imported a number of foreign diesel locomotives. The most successful are certainly the ND5 class diesel el... (more)
Just arrived in Shenzhen Station from Guangzhou East.
In 1998 it was already very difficult to witness a JF6 class locomotive in steam in China. We were lucky enough to find the 3472 at the Huanggutun Carriage & Wagon Works
The 0-6-0T GJ 1018 was acting as pilot at the Sujiatun Locomotive Works in April 1998. The decoration on the smokebox front stands for: Top left = Renewal of the Chinese nation. Top right = Built ... (more)
Two locomotives named by former Chinese leaders - 'Zhu De' (left, JF1-1191) and 'Mao Zedong' (JF1-304). Zhu De was the first Commander-in-Chief of the People's Liberation Army (PLA), while Mao Zed... (more)
Two QJ's are getting prepared for their next duty in the Changchun shed during an ice cold morning of January 1989.
QJ 6631 is just about to enter the summit tunnel at Shangdian. The QJ's hauling the passenger were always kept in good condition and were always nicely decorated.
QJ 6631 is passing near the little village of SiMingYi with the daily passenger train on the Jinpeng line. It will soon reach the Jingpeng station. The QJ's hauling the passenger were always kept ... (more)