This railcar looks a bit strange as power for a short ballast train. Seen at Pingdingshan in 2003.
2-10-2 QJ No 3594 and an SY 2-8-2 are seen at the servicing point at Shuangyashan in 2002.
2-8-2 No SY 1102 propels wagons over the hump at Shuangyashan in 2002.
3 DF4s and a DFH3 on shed at Changchun in 2002.
Local men wait to unload coal from wagons which are being positioned by loco number 10 at Fuli Mine. I have just noticed that the pantograph doesn`t seem to be contacting the live wire!
2-8-2 No SY 0150 climbs out of Yaojie with a coal train in 2005
SY class 2-8-2 No SY 1097 heads out of Yaojie with a coal train in 2005.
8 trams from 200 and 700 series are seen at the northern terminus of the Changchun tram line. This is route 54, even though it is the only line!
Decorated QJ 2-10-2 No 6911 heads east from Lindong with the morning passenger train to Tongliao in 2003.
Sunrise. An unidentified SY 2-8-2 crosses the river at Haishiwan with a train for Yaojie in 2005.
The SY0418 is crossing the main road of Hanwang. It is one of the last active standard gauged steam locomotives in Sichuan. This locomotive stopped in the middle of September 2013
A comparison of 2-8-2 loco classes in China. Left is a JS and right is an SY class. Both are in the scrap line at Baiyin in 2005.
DF4 locos undergoing overhauls at Liuzhou works in 2002
The pantograph arcs against the electric wires above loco 45 at Didao mine near Jixi.
7 SY class 2-8-2s are visible at Qingqihai in 2002. This is the centre of operations for the Datong Coal Railway.