Last narrow-gauge steam train in China
Zhang Peng
Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to outside world. Still now, besides for the transportation of less and less coal, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.

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  • Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A mine worker is taking care of the coal transported by the steam train.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A mine worker is taking care of the coal transported by the steam train.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A mine worker is taking care of the coal transported by the steam train. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A mine worker is taking care of the coal transported by the steam train.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A mine worker is taking care of the coal transported by the steam train.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A mine worker is taking care of the coal transported by the steam train. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A steam train is transporting coal to the mine.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A steam train is transporting coal to the mine.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A steam train is transporting coal to the mine. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A local woman is picking up the coal cinder falling from the train.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A local woman is picking up the coal cinder falling from the train.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A local woman is picking up the coal cinder falling from the train. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A young driver of a passenger train is waiting to start work, only 4 trains a day.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A young driver of a passenger train is waiting to start work, only 4 trains a day.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A young driver of a passenger train is waiting to start work, only 4 trains a day. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Local villagers wait for departure at the starting station.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Local villagers wait for departure at the starting station.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Local villagers wait for departure at the starting station. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Narrow rail track extends through the mountain woods.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Narrow rail track extends through the mountain woods.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Narrow rail track extends through the mountain woods. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Local women take the steam train to a lotus pond up in the mountain.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Local women take the steam train to a lotus pond up in the mountain.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Local women take the steam train to a lotus pond up in the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Local women take the steam train to a lotus pond up in the mountain.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Local women take the steam train to a lotus pond up in the mountain.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Local women take the steam train to a lotus pond up in the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Local villagers in the old carriage of the steam train, go back to the village on the top of the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Local villagers in the old carriage of the steam train, go back to the village on the top of the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Local villagers in the old carriage of the steam train, go back to the village on the top of the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Local villagers in the old carriage of the steam train, go back to the village on the top of the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Local villagers in the old carriage of the steam train, go back to the village on the top of the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Local villagers in the old carriage of the steam train, go back to the village on the top of the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A steam train, emitting white vapour, drives through a valley dotted with wild flowers, which has attracted a lot of tourists.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A steam train, emitting white vapour, drives through a valley dotted with wild flowers, which has attracted a lot of tourists.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A steam train, emitting white vapour, drives through a valley dotted with wild flowers, which has attracted a lot of tourists. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • At a stop called Bee Rock, a steam train is turning around, by changing the locomotive from head to the back.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.At a stop called Bee Rock, a steam train is turning around, by changing the locomotive from head to the back.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: At a stop called Bee Rock, a steam train is turning around, by changing the locomotive from head to the back. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A local woman with her child waits on a station. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A local woman with her child waits on a station. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A local woman with her child waits on a station. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A local woman chats with her acquaintance in the carriage when the train stops at the station.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A local woman chats with her acquaintance in the carriage when the train stops at the station.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A local woman chats with her acquaintance in the carriage when the train stops at the station. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Local women take their babies off the carriage to have a fresh breath,  when the locomotive is turning around.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Local women take their babies off the carriage to have a fresh breath,  when the locomotive is turning around.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Local women take their babies off the carriage to have a fresh breath, when the locomotive is turning around. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A worker is hooking the locomotive head to the train carriage.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A worker is hooking the locomotive head to the train carriage.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A worker is hooking the locomotive head to the train carriage. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • After a short stop, the train is leaving and local passengers hurry to get on the train. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.After a short stop, the train is leaving and local passengers hurry to get on the train. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: After a short stop, the train is leaving and local passengers hurry to get on the train. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • The carriage of the stream train still bares the old style  from the 1950s.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.The carriage of the stream train still bares the old style  from the 1950s.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: The carriage of the stream train still bares the old style from the 1950s. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • A local man moves a new sofa down off the train,  which is just bought from the town under the mountain.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.A local man moves a new sofa down off the train,  which is just bought from the town under the mountain.   Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: A local man moves a new sofa down off the train, which is just bought from the town under the mountain. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Getting off the train, a local man carries his new sofa back to Bagou village.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Getting off the train, a local man carries his new sofa back to Bagou village.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Getting off the train, a local man carries his new sofa back to Bagou village. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng
  • Getting off the train, a local woman carries a basket and her belongings back to Bagou village.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.Getting off the train, a local woman carries a basket and her belongings back to Bagou village.  Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world).  It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
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      Qianwei County, Leshan, Sichuan Province, China - 15/09/2015: Getting off the train, a local woman carries a basket and her belongings back to Bagou village. Jiayang steam train still drives on the narrow-gauge rail line( only 76 cm in Gauge), which was built in 1958 and is the last operating narrow-gauge line in China (maybe in world). It connects the previous isolated coal mine village 'Bagou' to the outside world. Though there isn't much transportation of coal lately, it continues to provide a passenger service for local villagers and tourists.
      Credit: Zhang Peng

 

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