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.
Where the two dragons meet - a dragon named Great Wall, the other Train. Photo also includes the Chinglungchiao Station and the famous Y-shaped railways designed by Mr. Jeme Tien Yow.
Corporate owned locomotive.
Popular property for wedding dress photos. SY (Shang You, meaning: Advanced Position) Class.
The famous Y-shaped lines on Jingzhang (Beijing - Kalgan) Railway in order to reduce gradient. When a train is going uphill, it should firstly approach from the left line and park at Qinglongqiao ... (more)
Jeme Tien Yow, Chief Engineer of this Imperial Peking-Kalgan Railway, is 'watching' a passing NDJ3. The Imperial Peking-Kalgan Railway was the first (also oldest) wholly Chinese designed and const... (more)
Inbound train for Beijing Railway Station. Beijing CBD in background.
Yes train is my love.
Heading for Beijing South Station.
Train and pedestrian.