Golden Island, on The Yang-Tse River, China (LMS, 1869, p.64)
The Qutang Gorge along the Yangtze River.
Three Gorges Dam in Hubei.
Tiger Leaping Gorge in Yunnan.
A map of China depicting the Yellow River's southerly path following its stabilization by the Grand Eunuch Li Xing's public works after the 1494 flood
Yangtze drainage basin
Afternoon in the jagged mountains rising from the Yangtze River gorge
A map of the Warring States around 350 BC, showing the former coastline of the Yangtze delta
USS Luzon
Yangtze in 1915
Cruise boats on Yangtze
A vehicle carrier on Yangtze
A container carrier on Yangtze
The Imperial Japanese Navy armored cruiser Izumo in Shanghai in 1937. She sank riverboats on the Yangtze in 1941.
Barges on the river
Map of the Yangtze river locating the Three Gorges Dam
Satellite map showing the lake created by the Three Gorges Dam. Compare Nov. 7, 2006 (above) with April 17, 1987 (below).
The Three Gorges Dam in 2006
Diagram showing dams planned for the upper reaches of the Yangtze River
A shipyard on the banks of the Yangtze building commercial river freight boats
The two sturgeon species in the Yangtze (here Chinese sturgeon) are both seriously threatened.
The silver carp is native to the river, but has (like other Asian carp) been spread through large parts of the world with aquaculture.
The critically endangered Chinese alligator is one of the smallest crocodilians, reaching a maximum length of about 2 m.
The entirely aquatic Chinese giant salamander is the world's largest amphibian, reaching up to 1.8 m in length.
The Chinese mitten crab is a commercially important species in the Yangtze, but invasive in other parts of the world.
The glaciers of the Tanggula Mountains, the traditional source of the Yangtze River
The Tuotuo River, a headwater stream of the Yangtze River, known in Tibetan as Maqu, or the "Red River"
The first turn of the Yangtze at Shigu (石鼓) in Yunnan, where the river turns 180 degrees from south- to north-bound
Narrowest point of the Tiger Leaping Gorge near Lijiang downstream from Shigu
The Jinsha, "Golden Sands River", in Yunnan
Qutang Gorge, one of the Three Gorges
Wu Gorge, one of the Three Gorges
Xiling Gorge, one of the Three Gorges
Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge, the first bridge crossing Yangtze, was completed in 1957.
The Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge, a beam bridge, was completed in 1968.
The Jiujiang Yangtze River Bridge, an arch bridge, was completed in 1992.
The Yichang Yangtze Highway Bridge, a suspension bridge near the Gezhouba Dam lock, was completed in 1996.
The Sutong Yangtze River Bridge, between Nantong and Suzhou, was one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world when it was completed in 2008.
The Caiyuanba Bridge, an arch bridge in Chongqing, was completed in 2007.
The cable-stayed Anqing Yangtze River Bridge at Anqing, was completed in 2005.
Wuhan Metro Line 2 is the first underground rail line crossing the Yangtze River.
Gan River in Jiangxi
Han River in Hubei
Lake Dongting and the Yuan, Zi, Li, and Xiang Rivers in Hunan
Wu River in Guizhou
Jialing River in eastern Sichuan and Chongqing Municipality
Min River in central Sichuan
Yalong River in western Sichuan

Situated right at the Yangtze River, the cluster is home to coastline ports, as well as the second Guangzhou Central Business District.

- Huangpu District, Guangzhou

She was a small vessel intended for use as a mail and passenger carrier between Lintin Island, Macao, and Whampoa.

- Yangtze

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