EXO 180 from Saint-Jérôme is about to board passengers at Montreal West Station at the end of the morning rush hour.
Allo Exo, bye bye AMT. What was known as the AMT is now rebranding itself as Exo, with the slogan 'Allo Exo' (hello exo). This rebranding is apparent on the nose of AMT 1345 (arriving at Mo... (more)
Just underway for New York, the Delaware & Hudson's overnight Montreal Limited pauses at Montreal West station behind looming PA 19. The D&H would handle this train to Albany, where PC would take ... (more)
Canadian Pacific train 234 from Ottawa to Montreal pauses at Montreal West station before completing its run into Windsor Station. Candy-striped FP7 1402 heads up a classy consist that includes a ... (more)
CPR G3g 2408 departs Montreal West with the morning train from Ste. Therese while a diesel-powered train waits.
One of Canadian Pacific's three E8 units departs Montreal West with the CP and B&M RED WING from Boston. These units were built at LaGrange and were the only E units in Canada.
Canadian Pacific FP9 units depart Montreal West with train 22 from Toronto and Chicago. The lead unit is sporting green flags for another section following. This train had been the assignment for ... (more)
Royal Hudson 2822 rolls to a stop with the third morning train from Vaudreuil. The transit style farebox was used on this platform for the short-distance commuters getting on here for Westmont or ... (more)
A rainy Monday morning finds famous H1b Hudson 2816 stopped at Montreal West with a long suburban train from Rigaud.
Steam power still hauled commuter trains and one express to Ottawa in June 1959. H1c Royal Hudson 2822 departs for Ottawa on Sunday afternoon with the express.
Canadian Pacific's FRONTENAC diverges on the line to Quebec City behind an FP7A, F7 BB combination.
The DOMINION passes by with observation car Tweedsmuir Park bringing up the rear.
Canadian-built FP7 units depart Montreal West on the last leg of train 8, DOMINION, from Vancouver, B.C..
H1c Royal Hudson 2823 has stopped with a Monday commuter train to Montreal. The engineer looks back for a signal to depart.
CPR G3h 2459 rolls to a stop at Montreal West with an inbound Monday commuter train. The little booth was for collecting fares on this track only for the short trip to Windsor Station.