exo vs AMT. The branding shift for Montreal's commuter trains is illustrated by the side by side comparison of AMT 1340 and AMT 1344 at the Pointe-Saint-Charles Maintenance Centre, with the... (more)
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher is shoving cars towards Ray-Mont Logistics, a busy client located right beside the Pointe St-Charles Yard.
VIA 69 with VIA 6432 and four LRC cars is passing the Turcot Interchange on the South Track of CN's Montreal Sub.
A short CN 529 is passing Turcot Ouest much later than it normally would.
CN 324 is on its way to Vermont with CN 3937 & CN 2971 for power.
VIA 69 has P42DC's bookending four LRC cars as it passes Turcot Ouest.
GTW 6226 & CN 4141 are leaving the East Side Canal Bank Spur after dropping off grain cars at Ardent Mills.
Still in Citirail paint, CN 3937 leads CN 324 out of Taschereau Yard, with CN 2971 trailing.
This is the returning trip from Rio Tinto's Grande-Baie facilities. It is coming downhill with empty hoppers and loaded flats of aluminium bars.
RS 62 is battling the small grade near Port-Aflred with it's loaded train for Arvida.
CN 522 has six cars for Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and CN 9555 & CN 4765 for power as it backs up on the St-Hyacinthe Sub. Soon it will use the crossovers at left to access the Rouses Point Sub.
CN 522 is leaving Southwark Yard as it takes the Rouses Point Sub on its way to Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu.
The last inbound train of the morning from Mascouche is passing a not yet active signal gantry with AMT 1347 pushing three multilevel cars.
VIA 69 has five LRC cars and a single HEP car as it passes under a vintage signal bridge at MP 37.4 of CN's Kingston Sub.
EXO 1209 passes two tracks worth of stored cars.