RailPictures.Net Photo: AMT 203 Agence Metropolitaine de Transport N/A at Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Michael Berry
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Agence Metropolitaine de Transport (more..)
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Pointe-Saint-Charles Maintenance Centre (more..)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada (more..)
July 07, 2017
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AMT 203 (more..)
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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 in Canada (currently AMT 900-901 & AMT 920-926) are stored at the fairly new Pointe-Saint-Charles Maintenance Centre. All of these cars have been out of use since AMT acquired new Bombardier multilevel cars in 2010. Barely visible in the back at right is the Montreal entrance to the Victoria Bridge.
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