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An REM (Réseau express métropolitain) test run crosses the Lachine Canal on its way to Central Station. While this section of the REM light rail line was supposed to open this November, it has now been pushed back to early 2023. This section of the REM parallels the CN St-Hyacinthe Sub. Directly behind the train but completely obscured is Wellington tower, which was in use to control the interlocking around here into the early 2000s. 'Wellington' is still a control point on the St-Hyacinthe Sub.
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Caption: An REM (Réseau express métropolitain) test run crosses the Lachine Canal on its way to Central Station. While this section of the REM light rail line was supposed to open this November, it has now been pushed back to early 2023. This section of the REM parallels the CN St-Hyacinthe Sub. Directly behind the train but completely obscured is Wellington tower, which was in use to control the interlocking around here into the early 2000s. 'Wellington' is still a control point on the St-Hyacinthe Sub.

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Michael Berry [3610] (more) (contact)
Date: 11/15/202 (search)
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City/Town: Montreal (search)
Province: Quebec (search)
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  1. Nice. I’d love to see a few more shots of this, having seen it being constructed.

    Great news photo.

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