By Lushun Museum

ISBN-10: 9814246182

ISBN-13: 9789814246187

A Pictorial list of the Qing Dynasty Manchurian Railway documents the early level of the Manchurian Railway (1906-1911), masking its operations alongside the railway and in its accent lands. which include 500 images taken from Lushun Museum's precise archive at the Manchurian Railway, the e-book supply first-hand assets for learning the historical past of Japan's invasion of China courting from the overdue Qing Dynasty.After successful the Russo-Japanese warfare, the japanese based the Southern Manchurian Railway company to construct a railway process according to the previous Russian-owned railway. founded on Dalian, the railway prolonged to many components of northeastern China. even as, the company additionally initiated a large-scale improvement of mineral mines, ports, cities, and villages alongside the railway. initially taken to accumulate the archive for the Manchurian Railway research division, the entire photos amassed within the e-book are basically dated, information-packed, and of outstanding educational value.KEY positive factors- Manchurian Railway is the fourth ebook in A Pictorial list of the Qing Dynasty sequence. the opposite 3 books are entitled company bocuments (Released may possibly 2008), previous Manchu Capital (Released June 2008), and Rivers and websites (Released October 2008)- every one of these worthwhile ancient pictures amassed during this publication can be found to the general public for the 1st time- content material starting from railway development, port amenities, agriculture, undefined, mining, tradition, schooling, and overall healthiness- greater than 500 unique images

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Its medical organs provided services mainly to the Manchurian railway’s staff and the Japanese stationed in Dalian. Among them were the famous Manchurian railway Dalian Hospital and Dalian Infectious Disease Hospital. The Manchurian railway Dalian Hospital, established in April 1907, was a comprehensive hospital at the time of Japanese colonial rule. Dalian Infectious Disease Hospital was established in 1910 and had various examination offices under it. It was managed by the Department of Kwantung State, with the main function of accepting and treating infectious disease patients.

These were repaired and modified by the Japanese. 1 Military Platform of Dalian Station (1908) Manchurian Railway 15 dAliAn heAdQuArters 16 275 286 No. 3 Xiajiahe Bridge near Xiajiahezi (1909) Flooded railway near Xiajiahezi (1909) Manchurian Railway 3 dAliAn heAdQuArters 4 435 446 Jinzhou Station (1905) Transportation of Japanese military supplies at Jinzhou Station (1905) A P i c t o r i A l r e c o r d o f t h e Qi ng dynAsty dAliAn heAdQuArters 455 466 Double-track construction site at Wanhe Bridge at Runjiagou near Jinzhou (1908) The completed double-track Wanhe Bridge at Runjiagou near Jinzhou (1909) Manchurian Railway 5 dAliAn heAdQuArters 475 Sanshilipu Station (1904) 6 486 Longkouhe Bridge near Sanshilipu (1904) A P i c t o r i A l r e c o r d o f t h e Qi ng dynAsty dAliAn heAdQuArters 495 506 Double-track Longkouhe Bridge near Sanshilipu (1908) Construction of doubletrack Nanhe Bridge near Sanshilipu (1908) Manchurian Railway 7 dAliAn heAdQuArters 8 515 526 The completed doubletrack Nanhe Bridge near Sanshilipu (1909) Nanhe Bridge near Sanshilipu during flooding (1909) A P i c t o r i A l r e c o r d o f t h e Qi ng dynAsty dAliAn heAdQuArters 535 546 Double-track Shihezi Bridge near Shihe (1909) Pulandian Station (1905) Manchurian Railway 9 dAliAn heAdQuArters 553 Anzihe Bridge near Pulandian (1904) 563 The completed doubletrack Anzihe Bridge near Pulandian (1909) 574 Repairs on Chenjiahe Bridge near Tianjia (1907) 30 A P i c t o r i A l r e c o r d o f t h e Qi ng dynAsty dAliAn heAdQuArters INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE During Japan’s colonial rule, industry, commerce, fishery, and salt works of the Dalian region were all monopolized by the Manchurian railway.

These were repaired and modified by the Japanese. 1 Military Platform of Dalian Station (1908) Manchurian Railway 15 dAliAn heAdQuArters 16 275 286 No. 3 Xiajiahe Bridge near Xiajiahezi (1909) Flooded railway near Xiajiahezi (1909) Manchurian Railway 3 dAliAn heAdQuArters 4 435 446 Jinzhou Station (1905) Transportation of Japanese military supplies at Jinzhou Station (1905) A P i c t o r i A l r e c o r d o f t h e Qi ng dynAsty dAliAn heAdQuArters 455 466 Double-track construction site at Wanhe Bridge at Runjiagou near Jinzhou (1908) The completed double-track Wanhe Bridge at Runjiagou near Jinzhou (1909) Manchurian Railway 5 dAliAn heAdQuArters 475 Sanshilipu Station (1904) 6 486 Longkouhe Bridge near Sanshilipu (1904) A P i c t o r i A l r e c o r d o f t h e Qi ng dynAsty dAliAn heAdQuArters 495 506 Double-track Longkouhe Bridge near Sanshilipu (1908) Construction of doubletrack Nanhe Bridge near Sanshilipu (1908) Manchurian Railway 7 dAliAn heAdQuArters 8 515 526 The completed doubletrack Nanhe Bridge near Sanshilipu (1909) Nanhe Bridge near Sanshilipu during flooding (1909) A P i c t o r i A l r e c o r d o f t h e Qi ng dynAsty dAliAn heAdQuArters 535 546 Double-track Shihezi Bridge near Shihe (1909) Pulandian Station (1905) Manchurian Railway 9 dAliAn heAdQuArters 553 Anzihe Bridge near Pulandian (1904) 563 The completed doubletrack Anzihe Bridge near Pulandian (1909) 574 Repairs on Chenjiahe Bridge near Tianjia (1907) 30 A P i c t o r i A l r e c o r d o f t h e Qi ng dynAsty dAliAn heAdQuArters INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE During Japan’s colonial rule, industry, commerce, fishery, and salt works of the Dalian region were all monopolized by the Manchurian railway.

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