Two steam enthusiasts who are dedicated to searching out working steam powered railways and stationary engines in out-of-the-way areas of the world - particularly China, Indonesia, India, Myanmar (Burma) and Thailand.
Three examples of Rob and Yuehong's work are mentioned here, but this is just the tip of the iceberg, to find out more about their impressive and ever-expanding range of DVDs and Photo CDs visit their web site:
A 10 DVD set containing over 8 hours of viewing aimed at the specialist enthusiast.
The recordngs cover nearly 30 sugar mills and hundreds of stationary engines, together with associated equipment much of it dating from the 1920s and 30s. This is a unique record of operations at a variety of cane sugar mills
This was one of the once numerous steam hauled narrow gauge railways in northern China.
This DVD is a tribute to the people who operated the railway and brought in the logs that it carried in its final season.
Working scenes recorded on the narrow gauge railway at Shibanxi in Sichuan, south-west China. At the time it was barely known, but since then it has rightly become famous.