Actually looking from Les Tanneries. You just don’t see cars and people stopped for a train in too many places in the city these days. And invoking the Old Fart Clause (means it’s my blog and I can reminisce all I want, heh heh) I will say that I can remember when going from Verdun to Downtown often meant you had to wait for a train on Atwater. As a kid it was fun and as an adult you kind of hoped you would beat it. There was no Metro in those days and at rush hour the buses were packed like sardines which could be very uncomfortable in the middle of summer. There is much more comfort and speed in the city today, but less interaction and patience.
I don’t know if there are many crossings like this left on the Island but it could make an interesting photography project.