This Chinese diesel locomotive cannot deny its American origin. Over the years, China has imported a number of foreign diesel locomotives. The most successful are certainly the ND5 class diesel el... (more)
DF4 #4076 is waiting for her next duty at the Sujiatun diesel shed. The heavy shunter DF5 #1159 can be seen in the back.
In spite of its central European appearance, the GJ was a Chinese product. Dalian Works designed the GongJian, or Construction Worker, class in 1957 and production started at Taiyuan in 1958. Taiy... (more)
The SL7 streamlined steam locomotive number 751 has been built in Japan by Suzuki Inc. in 1934. It was designed for a maximum speed of 130 kilometers per hours and the drivers had a diameter of 2 ... (more)
The crew of the GJ 1018 has finished the tea break and is back to work. They are preparing the loco for the next shunting duties in the Sujiatun yard.
The tender of the steam locomotive JS 5754 is being filled by a steam crane at the Sujiatun shed. This was a common sight in China in 1995.
GJ 1018 makes a short break during her shunting operations. The crew of the locomotive must be having tea inside the hut.
The 0-6-0T GJ 1018 was acting as pilot at the Sujiatun Locomotive Works in April 1998. The decoration on the smokebox front stands for: Top left = Renewal of the Chinese nation. Top right = Built ... (more)