Fire sparks of Steam in Sandaoling Coal Mine Railway China (Dec.2016) 2 噴火する三道嶺炭鉱の蒸気機関車 (2016.12)2





Fire sparks of Steam in Sandaoling Coal Mine Railway China (Dec.2016) 2 噴火する三道嶺炭鉱の蒸気機関車 (2016.12)2



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Not a healthy train
Runaway diesel ,⊂[┐'_'┌]⊃
Coal tar
Enough to start a wild fire if forest is near by
These locos must be missing some internal part which limits the spread of sparks.

Probably not important in communist china, but these things could cause woodfires during a hot summer.
That is so cool !
Behold. Cheap energy in China. Sparks are common on recip steam locomotives. Fireman is "blowingdown" his flues with a shot of steam/air to knock silicate deposits off his flues. Engine is losing traction on slick rail. Engineer doesn't need max steam when wheels spin.

This is what neither China nor India are gonna sign on to Global Warming.
That's spark from a fire that could be really very Hazard for the coal
China is funny, i would get like 800 more of these just so it can block out the sun from this retarded planet.
China working hard to meet the emission standards.
Forest fire maker.
Why hasn’t China cloned another countries diesel yet?
Those rails and flanges have to be toast.
Coal train starts on fire.
Look mom turbo booost.....
I guess they can blow her out when there's snow on the ground. It kept slipping on the tracks. That's a lot of torque.
This video hurt 43 French
I doubt this meets the Euro 5 requirements.
China is 150 years behind the world ...
I guess bushfires aren't a problem in China. The only problem is breathing.
What Century is that 😰😱?
My car sounds like this 🙄
HOO-LEE-FUK
Delivery AliExpress 😂


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.