EXO 805 passes the Peel Basin on a sunny morning.
The Pointe St-Charles switcher (with CN 7229 & CN 4700) does some switching in its namesake yard after arriving from nearby Southwark Yard. At right is MP 1 of the Montreal Sub.
MLW-built 4-6-2 CN 5550 is at Exporail, with SD40-2 CP 5903 visible at right.
AMT 1326 leads EXO 80 as it approaches the island of Montreal towards 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)
The westbound turn on the Lachute Sub has 45 cars as it heads through Staynerville.
CN 327 has a pair of ex-Conrail SD40-2's (CSXT 8831 & CSXT 8849) as it rounds the wye at Coteau.
VIA 624 has VIA 6449 and a Renaissance consist as it arrives at Dorval Station. In the background you can barely make out CN X388.
Candy cane striped. M-630 CP 4563, C-424 CP 4237 (inside the hangar in the background) and GP9 CP 1608 all display what some have dubbed 'candy cane stripes' as they get a bit of sun at Exp... (more)
An MLW-only model, an RS-10 is basically an RS-3 with a long hood. MLW built 129 of this model for four railways and only two survive. One of them is ONR 1400, preserved at Exporail.
Quebec Gatineau's freight from Trois-Rivières and St-Luc Yard has arrived at the Ste-Thérèse Yard with QGRY 3347, QGRY 6913, QGRY 6920 and 81 cars as the westbound turn for Gatineau prepares to le... (more)
AMT 1345 and 4 cars make up EXO 78 as it crosses the St. Lawrence River on the approach to Lasalle Station.
CN 7229 (& CN 4700, out of sight and trailing) lead a short transfer out of the Port of Montreal on a sunny afternoon as it approaches a crossing and passes underneath a wall of branches.
CN X388 with CN 2161 leading is passing CN 327 with SD40-2's CSXT 8831 & CSXT 8849 for power. It is stopped as the crew tries to get the second unit back online.
AMT 1348 leads EXO 60 under a signal gantry after making its stop at Dorval Station. In the foreground is CN's Montreal Sub.