Platforms of the University Station are probably the curviest among all railway stations in Hong Kong.
A Bangkok Skytrain running through the commercial and shopping areas.
A KCR Ma On Shan Rail train approaching to its terminus. Noted the full "platforms" along the elevated railroad for evacuation in emergency. Background shows the high-rise residential blocks in ... (more)
together with an IKK SP1900 train.
Running outside the oldest builings in Hong Kong.
The Kawasaki LRV with an Australian Comeng one behind.
The Batong Line trains have a nickname of "red snake".
One of three "Millennium" New Trams which has a streamlined design.
The Tianjin Metro was originally the second underground system in the Mainland of China. It was closed for a thorough redevelopment in 2001, and has been re-opened to public since June 12, 2006.
Two NZJ3 locomotives and another two DF4D locomotives inside a rolling stock near Tianjin Station.
The 46km Tianjin Binhai Mass Transit (BMT) connects the Tanggu new district with Tianjin.
Tram 120 was built to the design of the previous generation of trams dating from 1949. It is the only "heritage" tram in used in normal traffic.
Departing for Pudong International Airport. A Shanghai's Maglev train can run up to 431km/h which takes only 8 minutes to complete the 30km trip.
Train running towards Xinzhuang.
Clyde Engineering G-12-1310 (54) (Right) with the brand new Siemens ER20 / Eurorunner (8005) (Left).
The 4th car with a yellow stripe is the First Class compartment where fares are doubled. There are 12 cars in total.
A west bound train towards Pingguoyuan has just arrived in Guomao Station (China International Trade Centre).
Overview of the museum with a lot of locomotives on display. The one as shown on the right is called the Chairman Mao's Train.
Hong Kong's Light Rail vehicles (LRV) provide services in the districts of Tuen Mun, Yuen Long and Tin Shui Wai.
One of the new trains built by Itochu-Kinki-Kawasaki Consortium of Japan which started their services in 2001.
Heading for Hung Hom Station on a sunny morning. The Chinese University of Hong Kong is in the background.
Minutes to leave the boundary of Hong Kong on its way to Guangzhou.
In most of the time the "ktt" locomotives show their "red heads" but there are still chances that the another "heads" show their faces.
Guangzhou-Kowloon Through Train T817 from Guangzhou approaching to its final destination.
Climbing up to the Victoria Peak where you can have an overview of the Hong Kong's famous harbour.
A train from Hong Kong (Central) is seen approaching to the newly opened Sunny Bay Station, the interchange station with Disneyland Resort Line. Note also the "platform gate doors" newly introduc... (more)
The Hong Kong's MTR Disneyland Resort Line was opened on August 1, 2005.
KCR 51, named as "Sir Alexander", is preserved in the Museum.
The Hong Kong's MTR Disneyland Resort Line is the very first dedicated train line for a Disney theme park anywhere in the world. The Line is scheduled to be opened by the end of Summer 2005.
Advertising livery of "Centenary of Hong Kong Trams" special stamps.
Kunming-Hekou Railway is the only narrow-gauge railway in China.
Changchun light rail vehicles are manufactured by Xiangtan Electric of China.
Changchun is one of the 3 cities running trams in China. The others are Dalian and Hong Kong.