The papaya fruit is riping, but the locomotive is rotting away.
Some college students are enjoying BBQ, trains and South China's karst landscape during the 7-day off for Chinese National Day.
"Don't worry about rotting away, I'm here with you." - Said the little boy, and he would be right. The restoration work will kick off soon by China Railway Museum.
The former CIT500 (Comprehensive Inspection Train 500) experimental train has been renamed as CRH380AM. The train was built in 2011 with the purpose of breaking the world's speed record.
A group of old and new vehicles, including the CIT500 experimental train (with unique nose) designed by CSR with the purpose of breaking the world's speed record.
On the last few meters of railway in Iceland.
A train of Beijing Subway's Airport Line is crossing the 4th Ring Road.
Under maintenance in Beijing CRH maintenance station.
In Beijing CRH maintenance station.
Under post operation maintenance.
Welcome aboard the CRH maglev train...Oh sorry, they are CRH380ALs with wheels moved away for maintenance.
Overview of the locomotives (steam, electric and diesel engined) and carriages preserved in China Railway Museum.