QJ Class steam locomotive last running at China Railway
An unidentified QJ is hard at work on a freight train. Seen south of Lindong in 2003.
An unidentified QJ heads a mixed freight in nice scenery. Seen south of Chabuga in 2003.
On a very cold and sunny day, a pair of QJ 2-10-2 locos climb over brickworks viaduct on the famous Jingpeng line in 2003.
On a very cold and windy day (note the exhaust), a pair of QJ 2-10-2 locos climb over brickworks viaduct on the famous Jingpeng line in 2003.
2-10-2 QJ No 6911 heads out of Daban with the morning passenger train for Tongliao in December 2003.
SY (left) and QJ (unusually without smoke deflectors) locos are prepared for duty at Pingdingshan in 2003.
2-10-2, QJ 2614 heads an engineering train at Jingdezhen in 1993. The temporary huts were being used by track workers
Back in 1993, QJ 6590 heads a local passenger train near Jingdezhen, in Jiangxi province.
2-10-2 QJ No 3594 and an SY 2-8-2 are seen at the servicing point at Shuangyashan in 2002.
Decorated QJ 2-10-2 No 6911 heads east from Lindong with the morning passenger train to Tongliao in 2003.
An unidentified QJ 2-10-2 heads a coal train, including a manned caboose, south of Lindong in 2003.
3 QJs in one train! 2-10-2 6996 heads a train towards the summit of the Jing Peng pass in 2003. Eagle eyed viewers will spot the 3rd loco in the train consist, looking fresh from the workshops, an... (more)
A pair of QJs slog up the Jing Peng Pass with a long, mixed freight, in 1998.
QJ No 6740 is working hard near Singing Sands in 2001.