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  1. TTC H5 arrival and departure VIVA NovaBus LFX at Finch bus terminal TTC Finch Station: Assortment of buses arriving at Finch
  2. This scares the CRAP out of me, I hope I never see that in my own eyes. December 5th, 2011 at 6:30AM
  3. Train departing Lucien-Lallier Métro's at Rosemont Station. Station de Métro: Rosemont F59PHI's & Bombardier MLV's
  4. Station: Crémazie [Métro de Montréal] MR73 at Crémazie Station (Montreal Métro)
  5. Hope you all enjoy this picture. It's a very rare image. This is a train being tested and inspected over the inspection pit between Cremazie, and Sauve stations on Line 2 - Orange. The far left track leads to Youville Garage and Major repairs shop. The train you see here is 2 elements (6 cars: 4 motor, 2 trailer) Bombardier MR-73, designed in 73 manufactured from 1976-1980 in la Pocatiere, Quebec.
  6. Don't know if it was mentioned yet but China lacks safety.. so while they have the fastest trains hundreds of people die every time one of their trains crash, and every time their is a power outage they're stuck in the hot trains for hours with limited amounts of food. In Montreal the last death was in the 70's when a Metro conductor entered the terminal to fast and his accelerator got stuck, he was stuck in his cabin and burned to death. Meanwhile in China...
  7. Montreal just got rid of all the garbage bins on the Subway platforms and instead moved them near the entrances and turnstiles. Boost recycling and increase safety. Garbage has been known to fly around and jam métro doors or wind up on the tracks. “Safety is our primary reason for doing this,” Rouette said, adding that wall-mounted trash bins on platforms have been the sites of deliberately set fires. Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/Safety+forces+clean/5325207/story.html#ixzz1c1sVd4fa This is how they look From personal observations it seems to have worked.. usually newspapers would fly off the platforms, get soaked in oil then get stuck under the rubber tires.
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