Montréal-Ouest or Montreal-West is a commuter rail station on the AMT Dorion-Rigaud, Blainville-Saint-Jerome and Delson-Candiac Lines in the Greater Montreal, Quebec, Canada area. Montréal-Ouest is in Fare Zone 1, and this station has 20 parking spaces. It is the station where these three lines come together as one towards Lucien L'Allier station.
Origin of name
Montreal-West takes its name from the Town of Montreal West
, where half of the station is located. The other half is located in the city of Montreal (Cote-des-Neiges/Notre-Dame-de-Grace borough
The present Montreal-West station was built in 1905 for the Canadian Pacific Railway
. Previously, the name of this station was Montreal Junction as it was (as still is today) the place where numerous passenger lines came together. Until about the 1970' there were 4 tracks at the station. Track 1 (the southernmost track, closest to the station) was removed. In the 1980s the switch from North Junction into the station (track 4) was removed, but was reinstated in 1999 when the Blainville train line (now Blainville/St-Jerome
) started downtown service. It wasn't until 2003, however, did the Blainville line have its trains stop at Montreal-Ouest.
The station is located at 7499 Harley Avenue in Montreal.
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