Back in 1989, the old tramways of Changchun still desserved a few lines. Today, only one line is operational using more recent material.
When you see how the lady driving this tramway was dressed, one can easily imagine what the inner temperature in this public transport was. The outside temperature during this gray and cold winter... (more)
On a cool and wet morning, MTR 61 throttles up with a dead-in-consist MTR 56 and a mail coach, slowly passes under the foodbridge toward MTR Fanling station. [Canon EOS 7D, manual focus]
The RM class was China's last steam passenger design. It was a late 1950s development of the successful pre-war SL6 pacific, which was adopted as the standard passenger class post liberation. The ... (more)
The Mikado JF 2422, probably built in 1956, was one of the later members of the class. From the early 1980s to the early 1990s it was used as the shed pilot at Changchun and was paired with an unu... (more)
Back in 1989, steam was still king in the Changchun shed. The DFH3 diesel locomotives however started slowly to take over some of the traffic. DFH stands for "dongfang hong" or "the east is red". ... (more)
When KTT meets MLR, the First Class coach with yellow line.