KCR Light Rail Vehicle with KCR Logo during the end of the KCR Era .
Running to the END of the KCR Era , this train will soon patched by MTR !
MTR will succeed KCR to provide the Light Rail services starting from December 2, 2007. The MTR identities have already been printed on the LRVs, which are covered by the stickers with the KCR id... (more)
The tram for Happy Valley running outside a preserved and renovated old building, and there is a newly built high-rise residential block beside.
The LRV is approaching to Siu Hong Stop where passengers may change there for West Rail trains.
Patched MLR in the Pre-MTR period .
Minutes after entering the Hong Kong territory, the KCR through train still has around 30 minutes to go to reach its destination at Hung Hom, Kowloon.
running towards the south.
CNR Intercity trains are listed as "non-stopping" on KCR station signs because they do just that...until they reach the main terminal at Hung Hom. This one is passing through Sha Tin Station.
The Kowloon Through Train (KTT) has just passed through the KCR Sha Tin Station, seen in the distance.
An intercity train from China passes the KCR Fo Tan station on a sunny morning.
Platforms of the University Station are probably the curviest among all railway stations in Hong Kong.
Together with Mr. Robert , we meet the real Gordon Graham . What a good weather today .
The old and the new...a 1966-built EMD G16 passes a pair of 2003-built Siemens ER20s in the yard at Hung Hom.
This is a daily early morning action which moves some locomotives ( Usually ER20s nowadays ) from the locomotive shed to the track next to the locomotive shed .