AMT deadhead. An AMT deadhead movement is westbound through Montreal West during the morning rush hour with cab car AMT 3014 leading and AMT 1327 pushing.
Freshly repainted - with an AMT logo on the long hood. AMT 1325 - freshly repainted by Canadian Allied Diesel and with an AMT logo on the long hood for the first time - is stopped at Montr... (more)
Passing a delayed train. AMT 1355 is pushing a deadhead movement at Montreal West during the morning rush hour. At left is the Montreal West Station and at right is AMT 184 from St-Jérôme. ... (more)
Just a few minutes late. AMT 112 is just a few minutes late as it crosses over Westminster Avenue in Montreal West on a snowy morning. In a few moments it will stop at Montreal West station... (more)
In the first snowstorm of the season, the old Bombardier MR-90 pulls the AMT #933 on the AMT Deux-Montagnes Subdivision.
By a cold evening, AMT #956 makes a stop at AMT Canora station. At same time, AMT #953 exits the "Mont-Royal" tunnel. The AMT Montreal/Deux-Montagnes line, is the only one electric line wich AMT o... (more)
A partially frozen basin. AMT 1365 is pushing AMT 807 from Mont St-Hilaire past the partially frozen Peel Basin in Montreal. It is passing the out of use CN Wellington tower.
AMT 212 waits for passengers before to leave the new AMT Mascouche station. It's the first day of operation for the new line Montreal/Mascouche...finally after 8 years!
A difference in noses. While essentially identical internally when built, a GP9 and an FP9 look very different externally. Here we see AMT 1311 with its roadswitcher body and chopped nose (... (more)
GMD GP9 and FP9. AMT 1311 and VIA 6309 are coupled together at Exporail. Both were built in London, Ontario by GMD and ended their careers in passenger service. AMT 1311 started life as CN ... (more)
AMT inbound. AMT 1361 is at the tail end of AMT 809 (inbound commuter train from Mont St-Hilaire) as it passes the abandoned Wellington Tower and passes the skyline of downtown Montreal.
The Peel Basin is missing some water. The Peel Basin in Montreal has been drained of much of its water, something that happens most autumns. Passing the basin is AMT 807 with AMT 1365 pushi... (more)
Four generations of commuter equipment at one station.
No clue what these are specifically called but it looks like the Canadian version of a Horizon car on the left and who knows what's on the right.
AMT 1360 pushes a deadhead movement towards Central Station. At left is the out of use CN swing bridge which used to allow CN freights to access the Port of Montreal.