This is the 2ND service day of couple KRS999 LRVs. The last sunlight of the day is shinning on the very clean body as the train approaches a stop where there are no tall buildings nearby.
MTR 56 switches the mail coach for VF05. In fact, MTR 56 later runs for VF05 without other locomotives attached. Unfortunately I missed my 2nd chance to grab LHF MTR 56 in lit in my photos.
Unbelieveable! Just the 2ND time to take photos of MTR 56 LHF on the mainline (probably the last also). Well nearby the tracks, you still find the sight of Sha Tin in the 1980S, while in distance,... (more)
Freight VF12 was cancelled for almost 2 years when two railraods merger. I finally got my first VF12 photo since it was re-operated on January 18, 2010 which replaced 3 others freight trains. All ... (more)
Brand new LRV 1118 is being moved into MTR Tuen Mun Depot.
00:40 AM on 2nd April, 2010, the truck with brand new LRV 1117 is reversing to the road next to MTR Tuen Mun Depot enterance.
The Egret Nature Park is a wonderful place to enjoy life as well as railfanning!
The most recent refurbished MLR EMU.
A northbound MTR EMU rushes under a pedestrian overpass moments before stopping at Sha Tin.
It is a busy Sunday at the Lake Egret Nature Park. Heat and high humidity did not deter boaters from enjoying the lake...nor did it deter two railfans from the US and Hong Kong from taking photos... (more)
Triple locomotives for freight VF08! Never imagine the triple locomotive is now as common as or even more common than single locomotive!
Interesting and rare sight for me, it seems that they were replacing the batteries of L51 (MOW locomotive/Depot switcher)... Yet, please note where they put the air-conditioner.
Thinking back in the late summer in 2009, on a hot morning at International Mail Center, I took my first Long Hood Forward MTR 56 (also Ex-KCR 56) shot since my first railfanning in 2004.
On a cool and wet morning, MTR 61 throttles up with a dead-in-consist MTR 56 and a mail coach, slowly passes under the foodbridge toward MTR Fanling station. [Canon EOS 7D, manual focus]
When KTT meets MLR, the First Class coach with yellow line.