100% stainless steel. VIA 905 leads 4 stainless steel cars as VIA 669 heads west.
AMT 1359 pushes AMT 809 past the Peel basin.
Deadheading. VIA 912 pushes the deadheading VIA 63 past the Peel Basin and Montreal's skyline about 90 minutes before it departs from Central Station.
Multilevel vs. bilevel cars. Multilevel cab car AMT 3011 and bilevel cab car AMT 2002 are seen in downtown Montreal at Lucien L'Allier station. Both type of cars were built by Bombardier, w... (more)
Returning from interchange with the Port of Montreal. About 40 minutes after passing this spot with about a dozen cars to interchange to the Port of Montreal, the Pointe St-Charles switcher... (more)
Stacks out of the harbour. CN 8830 is the lead engine as CN 149 leaves the Port of Montreal at the usual 10 MPH pace.
Backing out on the way to Ottawa. VIA 33 is a train that enters Montreal's Central station engine first after arriving from Quebec City and then backs out before continuing on its way to Ot... (more)
The Adirondack past a pair of Adirondack chairs. AMTK 82 pushes the deadheading Adirondack towards Montreal's Central Station. In the foreground are a pair of Adirondack chair... (more)
Double double-digit GP9's stopped over the canal. The Pointe St-Charles switcher is stopped over the Lachine canal in Montreal, as it awaits Port of Montreal security to arrive and flag the... (more)
Waiting for security to arrive. The Pointe St-Charles switcher is stopped over the Lachine canal in Montreal, as it awaits Port of Montreal security to arrive and flag the crossings through... (more)
It was nice while it lasted. In 2015, ex-UP SD9043MAC's were somehwat common on NS runthrough train CN 529, as shown here with NS 7272 leading CN 529 in Montreal. Unfortunately it has been ... (more)
Heading east on a new track. Since the end of last year, CP's Westmount sub (used exclusively by AMT commuter trains) has been triple tracked its entire length. Here AMT 16 from Vaudreuil h... (more)
Triple tracked now. Since the end of last year, CP's Westmount sub (used exclusively by AMT commuter trains) has been triple tracked its entire length. Here AMT 178 from Saint-Jérôme heads ... (more)
Oops. The AMT's wave paint scheme is not quite matching on F59PHI AMT 1322, which has just arrived in downtown Montreal with AMT 86 from Candiac.
Over the end of the Lachine canal. The Pointe St-Charles switcher is heading towards interchange with the Port of Montreal with a single tank car in tow. GP9's CN 7272 & CN 4141 lead this s... (more)