Deadhead over the river. AMT 1328 pushes a deadhead move over the St-Lawrence River, on its way to Candiac to bring more commuters to Montreal.
AMT 1320 heads south on the Parc Subdivision with AMT train #200 to Montreal.
Amtrak Pacific Surfliner 777 races north across 75-foot-tall, 541-foot-long Arroyo Hondo Creek trestle on it's way to San Luis Obispo.
AMT 1320 pushes north on the Parc Subdivision as it makes a positioning move to the station in Saint-Jérôme.
Departing Cedar Park Station. AMT 50 departs Cedar Park station with AMT 1328 leading on a gorgeous morning.
First stop on the island. AMT 86 has just arrived on the island of Montreal from the South Shore as it makes its stop at Lasalle Station, led by F59PHI AMT 1327.
The yard at night.
In the shop.
The 2004 was still wearing the original Amtrak California logo.l
Amtrak's San Luis Obispo bound Pacific Surfliner pulls to a station stop in Van Nuys CA, where it will pick up a nice compliment of additional riders.
Stripes still not lined up. The stripes on AMT 1322 are still not lined up properly as it leads AMT 72 from Candiac past Montreal West station.
AMT 1328 passes the Vaudreuil station name sign as it travels east on the M&O Subdivision with AMT train #50.
Sound Transit F59PHI No. 603 gets hand-washed at Seattle, Washington, on May 28, 2008. In the background are Amtrak EMD F59PHI No. 468 and Amtrak’s eastbound Empire Builder equipment.