University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: WC01-237. The Tomb of the Princess Fuhui (Gongzhufen), also known as the Tomb of Foshou Gongzhu ("Imperial Maiden with the Buddha Hand"), the place called Erzha ("Second Lock"), in the suburbs of Peking (Beijing). Wooden sledges (pai-tze, paizi) with iron runners extending behind, propelled by a man with a spiked pole thrust backwards between his legs against the ice. see WC01-236 and WC01-238.
Visitors and paitse at the Tomb of the Princess, Tongzhou Canal, Beijing
Black and white photograph
University of Bristol Library, Special Collections