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)
EXO 1207 has power to spare as it heads west on CN's Montreal Sub with a pair of F59PH's (AMT 1340 & AMT 1349) and 3 multilevel cars as it passes stored cars.
AMT 1340 is leading EXO 1207 for Mascouche over the Lachine Canal on the frigid afternoon after a snowstorm hit Montreal. I'm standing on a snowbank that is about 7-8 feet high for some elevation.
Some nice light bathes EXO 1207 as it passes under a pair of signal gantries half an hour before sunset with AMT 1340 and four multilevel coaches, on its way to Mascouche.
The three cars and F59PH making up EXO 1211 have next to no EXO markings as they head west on CN's Montreal Sub.
AMT 1340 leads an eastbound on CP's Westmount Sub during the morning rush hour.
Nearly identical internally but quite different externally, F59PH AMT 1340 and F59PHI AMT 1323 are parked in downtown Montreal towards the end of the morning rush hour at the head end of Candiac-l... (more)
AMT 1340 pushes a six-car trainset back towards the South Shore of Montreal so that it can bring more commuters to Montreal during the morning rush hour.
On its own now. AMT 1340 has just arrived at Lucien L'Allier Station with a deadhead movement. It entered service two weeks ago after being repainted and refurbished by Brookville. It had b... (more)
Still together, for now. As of this past Friday, freshly repainted AMT 1340 was still paired with a slightly older repaint, AMT 1349. They had been split up earlier in the week due to a fai... (more)
First day in service. AMT 1340 is in service for the first day after being repainted and refurbished as it heads AMT 25 at Lucien L'Allier Station in downtown Montreal. Behind it is a sligh... (more)