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Streets and Places · TransportationThis photograph shows Shan Hai Kuan train station in China. A cargo train is at the station. Its cargo is transported uncovered. Three other trains can be seen in the background. This was taken between 1910 and 1959. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows Sansing Station. It also shows River Sungari and the sandbanks in the background. This was taken in 1913. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows rail tracks leading to a train station in the background. Some low buildings and a slightly higher structure can be seen near the station. There are no other structures in the vicinity covered with grass. Title devised by Library staff.
Personalities · Economy · Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows Dr. Chapplick (left) and Dr. Wu Lien-the (second from left) at Harbin Station. Behind Dr. Wu is an old servant from Peking. They are standing beside a stationary train. Dr. Wu, a Penang-born physician, worked in China to help fight against plagues. This was taken in 1930....