"The Montreal Limited" passes the home signal on the South Junction Lead approaching CP's Montreal West station. In one week the D&H will stop running passenger trains.
The overnight "Atlantic Limited" from Saint John, NB is slowing to a stop on Track 1 at the suburban Montreal West station as it nears the end of its journey. Most days the consist incl... (more)
The CPR Montreal West Tower Operator's view. The commuter rush is over. The Westminster Avenue gates are lowered and the switches lined for "The Laurentian" to cross over from Track 3 ... (more)
VIA 67 has VIA 6411 and four LRC cars as it rounds a curve on CN's Montreal Sub.
The leverman's view from Montreal West Tower. On a rainy April day one of CP's three E-8's departs Montreal West with the "The Frontenac", the morning train from Montreal to Quebec City.
AMT logos now removed. In the midst of a windy snowstorm, AMT 1328 leads EXO 60 into Montreal West Station. As all rolling stock is being rebranded EXO, the AMT logos that were once on the ... (more)
On a frosty winter's day one of CP's three E-8's departs Montreal West with the "The Frontenac", the morning train from Montreal to Quebec City.
CN 323 is passing underneath a set of signals in Montreal West 25 minutes before sunset, with CN 2509, CN 8886, CN 2565 & 81 cars received in interchange from the NECR in St. Albans, VT.
After some rain and some above freezing weather nearly all the snow is gone in Montreal, as CP F94 ducks under a vintage signal bridge with five GP20C-ECO's (CP 2285, CP 2280, CP 2304, CP 2262 & C... (more)
The operator's view of the morning rush from the Montreal West tower. Two E-8's power a very short overnight D&H Montreal Limited up the South Junction Lead while a CP Lakeshore commuter train pow... (more)
The NJ ran twice daily from Rouses Point, NY to CP's St. Luc Yard in Montreal. A significant portion of the interchange was newsprint from Quebec paper mills. This job has just left St. Luc and ... (more)
CP's last RS-18 heads up an RS-18, RS-18, RS-18, FB-2, FA-2 lashup.
This was a rare appearance of a Trainmaster on a Lasalle Transfer, as it moves from the Farnham Connection to the Southward Track of the Adirondack Sub.
The "Montreal Limited" approaches the home signal at Montreal West as it climbs the hill from South Junction.
A five-pack. A five-pack of GP20C-ECO's (CP 2261, CP 2318, CP 2262, CP 2307 & CP 2304) leads a long CP F94 past North Jct, the train consisting mostly of cement hoppers for the Lafarge plan... (more)