Portrait of the QJ #2248 at the Harbin shed.
And yes, it was extremely cold at the Harbin shed that morning.
QJ #6642 and two other sisters of the same class are waiting for her next assignment at the Harbin shed.
The early morning passenger train running between Nancha and Wuylin made a stop en route to take water. This gave us sufficient time to jump out of the train and to take a picture.
Two unidentified QJs are hauling a long freight train from Wuyiling to Nancha during a heavy snow storm on the Nancha ramp. A third QJ is pushing the train.
Portrait of the nicely decorated QJ #2804 at the Jiamusi East Junction station.
Front view of the nicely decorated QJ #2804 at the Jiamusi East Junction station.
QJ #3472 is storming through the Jiamusi East Junction with a long freight train.
Cold and snowy day at the Jiamusi shed in Northern China. The QJ #6898 is being prepared for her next duty.
Cold and snowy day at the Jiamusi shed in Northern China. The QJ #3472 is being prepared for her next duty.
Brief meeting between two traditional means of transport in rural China.
An unidentified QJ steamer is shunting near the Changchun shed.
Here are the two main means of transport that could be seen in China in 1995. The bycicle and the steam locomotive. Times have changed since! QJ 7103 is shunting at the Changchun shed.
One of Iowa Interstate's QJ Steam locomotives is the point of the first of the day's excursions as it speeds west through rural Iowa.