James Chuang

Friday, April 17, 2009

James Chuang’s journey observing transit and rail transport has taken him from Taiwan, where he was born, through to Australia via Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand. His show will take us from trains operating at speeds of 300kph to the extensive 610mm narrow-gauge sugar cane train network in northern Queensland, Australia, followed by the biggest traway system in the world, the Melbourne Yarra tram network. James currently works for the RailCorp Rolling Stock Division in Australia as a quality engineer. This digital presentation covers pictures taken during his career at Toll Logistic (biggest transport company and railway operator in Australia and New Zealand), GE and RailCorp, as well as various places he has traveled on his vacations.

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