AMT 18 with ex-GO Transit F59PH AMT 1348 splits the signals in Pointe-Claire after making its stop at Cedar Park Station (visible in the distance at left).
Out of use. A single AMT 'Go-Kart' (ex-GO Transit single level car built by Hawker Siddeley) and all nine gallery cars that Canadian Vickers built for CP in 1969 as the first bilevel cars i... (more)
Last second passengers. A few last second passengers board AMT 16 at Cedar Park Station during the morning rush hour. Leading is ex-GO Transit F59PH AMT 1342.
AMT 1327 pushes AMT 81 east after stopping at St-Constant Station.
A short-turn express train. As far as I know, AMT 41 is the only train on the Vaudreuil-Hudson line to not go as far as Vaudreuil and the only one to not make all stops. It leaves Lucien L'... (more)
Past a new platform. AMT 1327 is leading a deadhead move back towards downtown Montreal as it passes a new platform at the St-Constant Station. This consist had been through here twenty min... (more)
Transfer point. At Barrington Station, passengers transfer from Exporail's streetcar (MTC 1959) to its Sunday-only excursion train, which consists of CN 1382 & AMT 827.
Last week. It's a sad week for many CN and CP employees in the Montreal area this week, as the jobs they had running AMT commuter trains will be taken over by Bombardier starting next Monda... (more)
AMT 809 from Mont-Saint-Hilaire is nearly at its destination of Central Station in Montreal as it passes the Peel Basin on a sunny morning.
AMT 816 with AMT 1359 approaches the out of use CN swing bridge in Montreal. At left is Welllington Tower.
A Candiac-line AMT train is deadheading back to the South Shore to bring more commuters to Montreal during the morning rush hour.
AMT 1326 pushes a deadhead move back to the South Shore as it crosses the St. Lawrence River during the morning rush hour.
The race is on. Both VIA 37 and AMT 814 are scheduled to leave Montreal's Central Station at 1650 and generally can be seen heading out side by side. However VIA 37 tends to pass AMT 814 so... (more)
AMT 1329 leads AMT 76 which is approaching the island of Montreal on a sunny morning (finally!)
AMT 29 approaches the platform at Lachine Station on a sunny evening. At left is CP 143, which will follow it westwards.