updated : 2017/03/09
71 photos
Beijing

Beijing

Beijing Municipality includes a lot of countryside as well as China's Capital City. As would be expected, there are plenty of good photographic locations in the area from cityscapes to dramatic mountains and plenty of railway action with a bewildering number of different classes in evidence.
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updated : 2016/07/13
92 photos
Gansu

Gansu

Gansu Province lies in China's arid north-west with its capital in Lanzhou on the Yellow River. This gallery will contain images from the main lines during the transition from steam to diesel and electric and from a few industrial lines, the last of which used SYs until late 2015. There are also a few pictures of main line diesels taken over the last decade.
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updated : 2016/07/16
11 photos
Hebei

Hebei

Hebei Province surrounds Beijing with high mountains in the north and west contrasting with the flatlands of the south-east. Although its railways include some of the world's busiest main lines, it's the secondary lines through the hills that are more rewarding to visit. Most are still diesel worked.
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updated : 2016/09/27
276 photos
Heilongjiang

Heilongjiang

Heilongjiang is in China's far north where temperatures plunge way below zero every winter. Far from being a deterrent, the cold, clear weather made it the perfect destination for winter steam photography. Steam lasted until 1999 on the main lines and the province was home to some of the best narrow gauge and industrial lines as well.
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updated : 2016/09/27
75 photos
Jilin

Jilin

Jilin Province had much to offer the steam photographer in the 1980s and 1990s. RM and SL6 Pacifics worked their last miles from Changchun and Jilin respectively and there was plenty of QJ worked freight on the main lines, some of which were very scenic. The JS worked lines around Tonghua and Hunjiang were amongst the most photogenic in China and there were a few good industrial operations as well.
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updated : 2016/07/17
194 photos
Liaoning

Liaoning

Liaoning is in China's heavily industrialised north-east and is home to busy main lines and some of the most interesting industrial systems, several of them electrified. Steam lasted on the main lines until the start of the 21st Century and is still hanging on in industrial service today. This gallery will contain images of steam, and diesels on the main line and all three forms of traction on industrial systems.
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updated : 2017/03/09
327 photos
Nei Menggu (Inner Mongolia)

Nei Menggu (Inner Mongolia)

Inner Mongolia covers a vast area and was one of the most rewarding provinces for the steam enthusiast. It was home to the JiTong Railway, the world's last steam worked main line, the fabulous Zhalainuo'er opencast coal mine, Baotou, with it's steelworks and JS worked suburban passengers to mention just a few of the many highlights.
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