Fengsha Railway together with Junxie Connected Line (upper bridge with tunnel) and Beijing's West 6th Ring Road.
A roadbed tamper is working on Junxie Connected Line. On the lower bridge lays the Fengsha Railway.
Train 4444 Zhangjiakou (Kalgan) - Shijiazhuang is approaching Sanjiadian Station.
Looks like the humid South China. The train is going eastwards for Beijing City.
Looks like the humid South China.
The wrecks of SS4-0043. This locomotive encountered an in-tunnel derailment in Gansu Province when the Wenchuan Earthquake happened on May 12, 2008. The rear locomotive section (SS4-0043A) and the... (more)
When today meets yesterday.
Overview of Xichang Connected Line (right, double-track) and Jingyuan Railway (left). The 28km-long Xichang Connected Line was completed in 1996, which links Beijing West Station and Changyangcun ... (more)
Train and the mountains.
The abandoned pillbox on upper right corner is one of Chinese rail fans' resort.
Fortunately I catch this moment when both railways have trains on. The DF7 moves on Jingmen Railway while the 8K on Fengsha Railway - a double-track electrified railway .
Fengsha Railway, a track through gallery.
South bound train is entering Tiantongyuan South Station of Beijing Subway Line 5. Photo taken at the rear cab.
Two locomotives named by former Chinese leaders - 'Zhu De' (left, JF1-1191) and 'Mao Zedong' (JF1-304). Zhu De was the first Commander-in-Chief of the People's Liberation Army (PLA), while Mao Zed... (more)
A Japanese manufactured meter-gauge locomotive, completed in 1921.