STE-ROSE, Québec - Construite 1876 ,la gare était desservie par la voix ferrée - Chemin de fer de la colonisation du Nord après CPR et AMT.. - Néo Gothic Revival Peaked chalet suisse style architecture
Flash Back to September 1999 With the Start of the AMT line from Park Avenue to Sainte Therese in May 1997, I was able to be at Park Avenue in Sept 1999 to catch a mid day train waiting to head back to Sainte Therese with VIA 6452 as power, and ex go cars . This line has grown from when it started as now the trains start at Lucien Lallier the old Windsor station and go to Sainte Jerome. Thanks for looking . Tim
When this shot was taken in 1990, AMT 1304 had already been in service for 28 years. Built for Canadian Pacific in 1952, it carried road numbers 4074 and 1430 before retirement in 1982. It was subsequently sold to the Montreal Urban Community Transit Commission when they took over CP’s “Lakeshore” commuter service in 1982, rebuilt, and served another 20 years (retired in 2002). Saturday-only train 50 was photographed at the Beaurepaire commuter stop in Beaconsfield on a snowless winter day.