Hello all! I'm not sure if this is the right website to post to, but as it could also be British railway history I thought someone here might be able to help. I am currently working with a historical society in Shenyang, China to document the history of the city's increasingly vanishing treasure trove of 20th century buildings. One such building that we recently found is a home reported to have been built in the 1910s by and for British engineers working on the Peking-Mukden Railway expansion. Evidently, the home has not been forgotten, as nearby residents informed us that foreigners claiming to be relatives of the original engineers had once been by to visit. Much to our dismay, though not unusual, the building has no historical recognition and we were unable to find any official records listing the building's history, having to rely on local accounts. We are therefore reaching out to rail sites such as this one in the hopes of finding someone who may know more about this building's history, such as the people involved or when it was built and by/for whom. Any information, or a recommendation of where we might look, would be greatly appreciated. Pictures of the home are viewable here: http://www.bwaxn.com/shenyang/2017/3/23/1910eng Thank you for your time.