The Harbin Street Railway was on its last legs when this 1986 photo was taken. The car seen here was purportedly built under license from Brill. The truck pacing the street car, ubiquitous in Chin... (more)
Wanggang Bank was one of the few photo locations known at that time.
On a foggy bitter cold morning in the Harbin shed just when the sun was breaking through.
A pair of QJ leaving the yard at Harbin.
DF4 #1520 is resting at the Harbin diesel shed together with two other locomotives of the same class.
QJ #3399 is turned on the turntable at the Harbin shed.
The two QJ's #6802 and #2159 are prepared at the Harbin shed.
Portrait of the QJ #2248 at the Harbin shed.
And yes, it was extremely cold at the Harbin shed that morning.
QJ #6642 and two other sisters of the same class are waiting for her next assignment at the Harbin shed.
A long passenger train hauled by the older DFH3 0102 is arriving at Harbin during a cold winter morning. The temperature in Manchuria that day was close to -22F (-30°C).
Two China Rail workers unload blocks of frozen fish from conventional boxcars. With daytime highs in the mid-teens---no refrigeration needed!