Qualifying Runs Being Made on Adirondack Route

Amtrak has been operating qualifying run trains in advance of reinstating service by the Adirondack to Montreal.

The New York-Montreal train has not operated in Canada since the early days of COVID-19 pandemic.

The qualifying trips operated in Canada over Canadian National tracks and went to Montreal’s Central Station.

Amtrak has not given a date for the resumption of service to Montreal. It restored service to Vancouver, British Columbia, in September.

A Trains magazine report said the qualification runs have operated from Montreal to the U.S. border and then returned to Montreal.

These runs have have been operating for the past two weeks.

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