Brief meeting between two traditional means of transport in rural China.
The orange DF4 #2495 is resting in the Changchun yard waiting for the next assignment.
An unidentified QJ steamer is shunting near the Changchun shed.
The DF4 number 1886 has been named "Zhu De". Zhu De was a Chinese military leader born in Sichuan in 1886.
Here are the two main means of transport that could be seen in China in 1995. The bycicle and the steam locomotive. Times have changed since! QJ 7103 is shunting at the Changchun shed.
A trio of QJ's is waiting for her next duty at the Changchun shed.
QJ #1350 is getting prepared for a next run at the Changchun shed during a freezing winter afternoon.
The HXN5 2000 series was launched in 2013, developed from the HXN5 loco. The HXN5 2000 series has two independent cab, which is different with original HXN5 series.
CRRC's high speed train assembly line in Changchun.
3 DF4s and a DFH3 on shed at Changchun in 2002.
8 trams from 200 and 700 series are seen at the northern terminus of the Changchun tram line. This is route 54, even though it is the only line!
Train number 1450 is arriving at Linyin Station.
Japanese built tram 203 passes another (I don`t know the number or builder) on the Changchun tramway. At this time there was only one line, route 54.