3 SY 2-8-2 locos are seen at Betai steelworks in 2003.
Food and drinks are served to passengers during a station stop at Mawei, China, in 2002.
Meeting of two freight trains at the Jingpeng station. Each of the train is hauled by two mighty QJ's steam locomotives. Unfortunately, this is all history today.
Highball for the JS #6403 and a sister locomotive double heading a loaded coal train on the Chengde Steelworks branch line.
This Chinese diesel locomotive cannot deny its American origin. Over the years, China has imported a number of foreign diesel locomotives. The most successful are certainly the ND5 class diesel el... (more)
China Rail JS #8237 is waiting for her next assignment at the Yebaishou shed.
SY #1422 is shunting at the stabling point of the Chengde Steelworks branch line.
A unidentified QJ is being prepared for her next duty in the Yebaishou shed.
SY #1728 heads across the Wulie River bridge in Chengde with a long freight train.
DF4 #1520 is resting at the Harbin diesel shed together with two other locomotives of the same class.
QJ #3399 is turned on the turntable at the Harbin shed.
The two QJ's #6802 and #2159 are prepared at the Harbin shed.
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.