A relatively rare (even for 1986) SY 2-6-2 takes a break from switching the Anshan steelworks.
A just delivered export model GE C36-7 pulls a long mixed freight out of Anshan. The dropped nose specified by China Rail likely improved what was already good cab visibility. In the photographer'... (more)
A QJ adorned and used for Chairman Mao's funeral train simmers at Harbin. At the time of this photo Mao had been dead for years, his polices discredited and the special loco relegated to pool frei... (more)
Taking a quick break in one of the worlds largest railway stations, one of China's seemingly endless high speed trainsets loads hundreds of passengers in preparation for another 300km/h jog across... (more)
Climbing up to the Barker Road Stop at 363 metres above sea level. This is the last intermediate stop before reaching the terminus at the Victoria Peak. Passengers may enjoy the great view of th... (more)
QJ No 6740 is working hard near Singing Sands in 2001.
Chinese highspeedtrain near the Beijing Railway Station
Different sized electric locos at Qitaihe in 2002. I believe the larger loco, left, is a Skoda and the other is built by LEW in East Germany. Anyone know for sure?
QJ 2-10-2 No 6193 bursts out of a tunnel soon after passing over the famous Singing Sands Viaduct with a coal train.
Borderstation Erlian China/Mongolia: This train is running to Ulaan Baatar. The station master is waiting for give the permission for the departure