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Sandaoling Stats

Posted in China, Sandaoling by folkestonejack on December 7, 2009

I’m not usually one for numbers, but I was curious to know how many locomotives I had seen in use during our time in Sandaoling. I looked back at my photographs and found that I had taken pictures of 20 JS class and 2 SY class locomotives – an impressive number of locomotives in industrial use at one place in the 21st century! (As a caveat, I would add that this number is likely to be incomplete as there may have been others that I didn’t photograph).

For the record the JS class locomotives were 6204, 6205, 6208, 6261, 6436, 8027, 8040, 8053, 8076, 8081, 8167, 8173, 8186, 8188, 8189, 8193, 8194, 8195, 8221, 8358 and the  SY class locomotives were 1593, 1729.

JS8053 and the Tianshan mountains

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