The Translohr LRV runs on a single central guide rail with "V" shape guide wheels, together with rubber tyres. This is locally called the "Tianjin Modern Guided Rail Tram".
On the first day that MTR takes over the KCR operations. Not only the trains receive the new identities, all front line staff members wear the new uniforms too.
On the first day that MTR takes over the KCR operations including Light Rail.
All former KCR trains are now wearing the MTR identities starting from December 2, 2007, the first day that MTR takes over the KCR operations. However there are still many KCR identities around t... (more)
Wearing the KCR identity on the last day of the KCR operations.
Climbing up from a tunnel which connects Sheung Shui Station and Lok Ma Chau Station on the last day of the KCR operations.
The Ma On Shan Rail train is running from Tai Shui Hang Station to Heng On Station. Heng On Station is on the left, where you can find another train from the opposite direction approaching to the... (more)
The Ma On Shan Rail train is seen approaching to the station.
The LRV has just left Kin Sang Stop and running towards the next stop in Tin King Estate.
A 4-car Ma On Shan Rail train looks very short as compared to an East Rail train which has 12 cars.
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.
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.