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PERU GAS
RTREN4X 
June 16, 2005 
An electric train (L) passes by gas tanks being carried on another train that will work on natural gas... 
Lima, Peru 
An electric train passes by a new one that will work with natural gas. 
An electric train (L) passes by gas tanks being carried on another train that will work on natural gas during a ceremony at a train station in Lima June 16, 2005. Ferrocarril Central Andino, a Peruvian rail company, christened the first locomotive in the world that will run on natural gas. The gas comes from the huge Camisea natural gas project in the Amazon jungle. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares PO/KS 
PERU GAS
RTREN2J 
June 16, 2005 
An electric train (L) passes by a new one that will work with methane gas, during a ceremony at a train... 
Lima, Peru 
An electric train passes by a new one that will work with natural gas in Lima. 
An electric train (L) passes by a new one that will work with methane gas, during a ceremony at a train station in Lima, June 16, 2005. Ferrocarril Central Andino, a Peruvian rail company, christened the first locomotive in the world that will run on natural gas. The gas comes from the huge Camisea natural gas project in the Amazon jungle. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares 
CHINA
RTXNE7N 
April 14, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A close-up view of wheels of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A close-up view of wheels of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in Chi..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A close-up view of wheels of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNE7M 
April 14, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban i..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one few remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNE7L 
April 14, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban i..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one few remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNE7K 
April 14, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- Chinese railway workers recycle a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- Chinese railway workers recycle a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in ..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- Chinese railway workers recycle a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the last remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNE2M 
April 14, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05-A Chinese railway worker rest as he recycles a steam locomotive at the station in... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05-A Chinese railway worker rest as he recycles a steam locomotive at the station ..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05-A Chinese railway worker rest as he recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNEUB 
April 13, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker walks past a steam locomotive ready to be recycled at... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker walks past a steam locomotive ready to be recycled at..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker walks past a steam locomotive ready to be recycled at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNEUA 
April 13, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive is prepared for its journey at the station in Daban in China's... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive is prepared for its journey at the station in Daban in Chin..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive is prepared for its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNEU9 
April 13, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive leaves the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive leaves the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia provi..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive leaves the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNEU8 
April 13, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles the wheel of a steam locomotive at the station... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles the wheel of a steam locomotive at the stati..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A Chinese railway worker recycles the wheel of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTXNEU7 
April 13, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey at the station in Daban in China's... 
Daban, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey at the station in Daban in Ch..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. 
CHINA
RTR15HMT 
April 12, 2005 
A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey from a Daban station in Inner Mongolia province, China... 
Daban, China 
A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey from Daban in Inner Mongolia province, China. 
A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey from a Daban station in Inner Mongolia province, China April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the last few refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee RKR/PN 
LD
RTR84M8 
April 12, 2005 
A close-up view of wheels of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia province.... 
Daban, United Kingdom 
A close-up view of wheels of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia ...... 
A close-up view of wheels of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia province. A close-up view of wheels of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
LD
RTR84M0 
April 12, 2005 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia... 
Daban 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner ... 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia province. A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one few remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
LD
RTR84LT 
April 12, 2005 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia... 
Daban 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner ... 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia province. A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one few remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
LD
RTR84LL 
April 12, 2005 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia... 
Daban 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner ... 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia province. Chinese railway workers recycle a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the last remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
LD
RTR84LA 
April 12, 2005 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia... 
Daban 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner ... 
Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's inner Mongolia province. A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one few remaining refuges for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
RKR
RTR81T8 
April 12, 2005 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia... 
Daban, China 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner ... 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province. A Chinese railway worker rest as he recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China is now trying to replace all remaining steam locomotives with the diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee REUTERS 
CHINA
RTR7Y2D 
April 12, 2005 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia... 
Daban, China 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner ... 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province. A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA
RTR7Y26 
April 12, 2005 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia... 
Daban, China 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner ... 
A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province. A Chinese railway worker recycles a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
RKR
RTR7Y1Z 
April 12, 2005 
A Chinese railway worker walks past a steam locomotive ready to be recycled at the station in Daban in... 
Daban, China 
A Chinese railway worker walks past a steam locomotive ready to be recycled at the station in Daban ...... 
A Chinese railway worker walks past a steam locomotive ready to be recycled at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province. A Chinese railway worker walks past a steam locomotive ready to be recycled at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA
RTR7Y1T 
April 12, 2005 
A steam locomotive is prepared for its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province... 
Daban, China 
A steam locomotive is prepared for its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province.... 
A steam locomotive is prepared for its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee RKR 
CHINA
RTR7Y1M 
April 12, 2005 
A steam locomotive leaves the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The... 
Daban, China 
A steam locomotive leaves the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province. 
A steam locomotive leaves the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee RKR/AH 
CHINA
RTR7Y11 
April 12, 2005 
A Chinese railway worker recycles the wheel of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's... 
Daban, China 
A Chinese railway worker recycles the wheel of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's... 
A Chinese railway worker recycles the wheel of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province. A Chinese railway worker recycles the wheel of a steam locomotive at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA
RTR7Y0U 
April 12, 2005 
A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province.... 
Daban, China 
A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia ...... 
A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province. A steam locomotive prepares to start its journey at the station in Daban in China's Inner Mongolia province April 12, 2005. The railway connecting Jining and Tongliao, the two major cities in the province of Inner Mongolia, has become one of the few last refuge for these ancestral locomotives as China tries to replace all remaining steam locomotives with diesel and electric ones. Picture taken April 12, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
JET TRAIN
RTXLKKN 
October 15, 2002 
A worker carries a potted plant on a red carpet for the unveiling of Bombardier Transporation's "jet... 
Washington, USA 
A worker carries a potted plant on a red carpet for the unveiling of Bombardier Transporation's "jet..... 
A worker carries a potted plant on a red carpet for the unveiling of Bombardier Transporation's "jet train" October 15, 2002 at Union Station in Washington. Billed as the first 150-mile-per-hour (240 km/h) non-electric locomotive, the train is powered by a jet engine, rather than the traditional diesel power and is designed for the North American market. 
TRANSPORT TRAIN
RTRC6DI 
October 15, 2002 
A worker carries a potted plant on a red carpet for the unveiling of
Bombardier Transporation's "jet... 
Washington, United States of America 
BOMBARDIER TRANSPORTATION UNVEILS NEW JET TRAIN FOR NORTH AMERICAN
MARKET. 
A worker carries a potted plant on a red carpet for the unveiling of
Bombardier Transporation's "jet train" October 15, 2002 at Union Station in
Washington. Billed as the first 150-mile-per-hour (240 km/h) non-electric
locomotive, the train is powered by a jet engine, rather than the
traditional diesel power and is designed for the North American market.
REUTERS/Mike Theiler

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AUSTRALIA
RTRJCRI 
June 10, 2001 
The driver of a scale model steam locomotive is enveloped in steam as he takes children for a ride around... 
Sydney, Australia 
SCALE MODEL LOCOMOTIVE TRAINS TAKES CHILDREN FOR A RIDE IN SYDNEY. 
The driver of a scale model steam locomotive is enveloped in steam as he takes children for a ride around the Galston Valley Railway on the outskirts of Sydney June 10, 2001. The railway, run by a local group of rail enthusiasts, operates for two Sundays a month taking visitors for rides along the one kilometre track through the bush site on steam, petrol and electric scale locomotives which can reach speeds of up to 10 kilometres per hour.

MDB/CP 
AUSTRALIA
RTRJCRC 
June 10, 2001 
The driver of a scale model steam locomotive takes children for a ride around the Galston Valley Railway... 
Sydney, Australia 
SCALE MODEL LOCOMOTIVE TAKES CHILDREN FOR A RIDE IN SYDNEY. 
The driver of a scale model steam locomotive takes children for a ride around the Galston Valley Railway on the outskirts of Sydney June 10, 2001. The railway, run by a local group of rail enthusiasts, operates for two Sundays a month taking visitors for rides along the one kilometre track through the bush site on steam, petrol and electric scale locomotives which can reach speeds of up to 10 kilometres per hour.

MDB/CP 
UKRAINE
RTRJ3U9 
June 04, 2001 
Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma (R) and his Polish counterpart Aleksander Kwasniewski look out of window... 
Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine 
UKRAINIAN PRESIDENT KUCHMA AND POLISH PRESIDENT KWASNIEWSKI VISIT LOCOMOTIVE PLANT IN DNIPROPETROVSK.... 
Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma (R) and his Polish counterpart Aleksander Kwasniewski look out of window of an electric locomotive during their visit to Dnipropetrovsk locomotive plant, June 4, 2001. Kwasniewski arrived in Ukraine on Sunday to take part in The Fourth Polish-Ukrainian economic forum.

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