The International Steam Pages


China Narrow Gauge Steam Video Clips

Click here for the guest video clip home page.

If you would like to contribute to this section of the international steam website please email  (this is not a link you have to retype the address) - we need approx 320 x 240 video clips (normally 'wmv' format, 1 to 3Mb file size.

For an excellent set of clips covering steam on the narrow gauge in China see http://www.railography.co.uk/movies/movies.htm (link changed, 21st October 2013)


Our own clips on these pages are taken from present and
future ISV DVDs. These are properly researched quality documentary films with a story to tell.
'National Geographic Stuff' said one purchaser.

We also offer industrial archaeology compilation DVDs from our travels to steam powered mills in Asia.


For a change, no steam just action at a small coal mine near Ma Miao in Sichuan. Wait for the unloading... (RD, 27th July 2009)
Another hot clip from China, this is fly-shunting on the Xingyang Brickworks Railway in December 2008, (RD, 24th December 2008).

If you enjoy the clip, then why not click here for more information on 'Battlefield Heroes'.

For a change this clip was as hot-from-press as it can get, Shibanxi Gold recorded in mid-March 2008 during a flying visit to our favourite narrow gauge line (RD 15th March 2008):

It is also available as a YouTube Version.

 


These clips are taken from Du Jianbin's and Chen Yuehong's DVD Logging Off (24th December 2007):

Night Light

also available

YouTube Version

Logging Train

also available

YouTube Version

Frozen Logs

also available

YouTube Version

If you enjoy the clips, then why not click here for more information on 'Logging Off'.


These clips are taken from our DVD Shibanxi Heaven (24th December 2007):

Shibanxi Coal Train 1

also available

YouTube Version

Shibanxi Coal Train 2

also available

YouTube Version

Shibanxi Passenger Train

also available

YouTube Version

If you enjoy the clips, then why not click here for more information on 'Shibanxi Heaven'.


These clips are taken from our planned DVD Battlefield Heroes (9th January 2008), note the first and third have been on this site since mid-2007, the other two are new:

Xingyang Clay Train 1

also available

YouTube Version

Xingyang Clay Train 2

also available

YouTube Version

Yinghao Coal Train 1

also available

YouTube Version

Yinghao Coal Train 2

also available

YouTube Version

If you enjoy the clips, then why not click here for more information on 'Battlefield Heroes'.


The next two clips show views of a special moment with a train running not long after sunrise on the bank at Lixin on the Huanan narrow gauge in Heilongjiang, China. This is the less conventional view (17th June 2007): 

 

This is the conventional view (6th June 2007): 

Rob and Yuehong Dickinson

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