Although a Chinese locomotive, this steam engine was actually built in Britain in 1935 by the Vulcan Foundry, Newton-le-Willows. This engine was built for the tight curevs and steep gradients on i... (more)
Seen on display at the National Railway Museum at York is Chinese Railways 4-8-4 Class KF7 No 607. It was built in 1935 by Vulcan Foundry in the North West of England as the first of a batch of tw... (more)
A small case! The one hundred and twenty empty cars is just a small case for the two HXD1s.
A pair of SS4G were leading about a hundred cars back to Datong,while a SS4G was leading the ten-thousand-tons heavy haul combined train went to Qinghuangdao.
CNR's unit heavy-haul combined train on Datong-Qinhuangdao railway.
Members from crews of both MTR and Chinese Railway, identified by their colors of uniforms, are inside the driving cab.