The through train from Beijing passes through some of the prettier scenery along the MTR East Rail Line. Click Here for a compani... (more)
SS8 mixed up this beautiful picture, with ignoring the fences and poles.
Interesting but ugly MLR skirts. Random shot of a MTR East Rail Line MLR EMU.
MTR Disneyland Resort Line Train #2 is carrying visitors to the green world of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.
Same lash-up for the VF05 as last time I visited this location. A year after the last visit, MTR 62 no longer a surprise on the mainline. Glad that the clouds do not block the sunlight when VF05 a... (more)
Running along the tramway in Central District in the evening with its dark coffee tram body advertisement.
Let's see how the tram lanes are shared by other vehicles.
I found that there was no battery in my Canon EOS camera when I have already reached the location of today's railfanning... Back to a year ago - Canon S2 IS in charge...
The holding company of Hong Kong Tramways has just sold half of its interest to Veolia Transportation of France, and the new management has promised to retain the features of this 105 years old tr... (more)
The 1st of April, some people said the DF11 diesel locomotive which hauls the Goungzhou East to Hong Kong intercity through trains, will be changed to SS8 electric locomotive on April 1st,2009. Ho... (more)
Sharp blue SS8 locomotive leads T99 into Hong Kong just a minute ago. The tunnel at the left towards Lok Ma Chau, a quite new branch line of the East Rail Line.
I.B. Trevor ( MTR 56 ) came out from locomotive shed after nearly a year overhauling. However only the lower half parts, handrails and the cab doors received new paint. With MTR 56 came out, MTR 5... (more)
Sharp blue locomotive and white coaches set of Shanghai-Hong Kong T99 Express is now inside Hong Kong boundary. However T99 still has 30 minutes to go before reached the MTR Hung Hom Terminal.
Fast moving KTT suddently emerges from the wall of trees. With TLN 001 under scheduled maintenance, TLS 002 has to haul the full train.
A rear view from a double decker tram at Sheung Wan Terminal. At the back you may see other road transports, including buses, sharing the road with trams.