Agence Metropolitaine de Transport
Canadian Pacific Railway operated Montreal suburban (commuter) service
from the 1890's until September 30, 1982 following which a local government
body was created, Montreal Urban Community Transit Commission (MUCTC).
1342 (ex GO 545) in new paint scheme (US contract shop 2/2017) Montreal West July 3/2018
1330 at De La Concorde Station on the extended (April 2007) Metro Orange
Line to here.
Cab control car 103 at rear of train. Montreal West 9/03/2010 Andrew Grahl/Joseph Testagrose Collection
1301 ex 4071 rebuilt 1985 (ex CP 1427 nee 4071) one of seven units
acquired. GMD FP7A A372 9/1952
Note: 1301 has a long and interesting history.
Built as a 65 mph passenger unit, it was regeared to 89 mph, equipped
by GMD with a steam generator and renumbered 1427 11/1954 for The
Canadian and other fast passenger trains. Cuts to passenger train
service saw it returned to 4071 in 2/1966. Later, it operated in Montreal
suburban service. Sold 10/1982 to CTCUM/MUCTC 1301 for Montreal area
commuter service. Later, AMT 1301 it received a special paint scheme
for Le Riverain a seasonal Montreal tourist train operated by
AMT. It was retired and sold 11/2002 to Trains Touristiques de Chaudiere-Appalaches
as TTCA_1301 a new tourist train
operation on Chemin de fer de Quebec Central,
1311 (acq. 3/90) ex CN 4307 GMD GP9 A1664 3/1959 Dorval 7/20/2001 Dave
STCUM 900 cab car leading westbound Dorval. September 6, 1987
MUCTC 1304 departing Dorval in morning for Windsor Station. September 1983