Quebec train
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Quebec on train

The Train de Charlevoix travels along the St. Lawrence River in Quebec.

 (Caroline Perron)

Montmorency Falls and Bridge during autumn in Quebec

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The shores of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

The Train de Charlevoix’s route along the St. Lawrence River offers colorful views.

 (Caroline Perron)

Baie-Saint-Paul, two hours from Quebec City on the Train de Charlevoix.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

The grand Manoir Richelieu in Quebec overlooking the St. Lawrence River at La Malbaie’s lovely Pointe-au-Pic Pier, the end of the line for the Train de Charlevoix.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

The Train de Charlevoix departs outside Quebec City alongside the spectacular cascade of Montmorency Falls, almost 100 feet higher than Niagara Falls.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

The train station in the charming town of Baie-Saint-Paul adjoins the contemporary farm- and monastery-themed Le Germain Hotel, built on a former convent’s extensive farmland.

 (Will Lew)

The charming town of Baie-Saint-Paul, two hours from Quebec City by the Train de Charlevoix.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

A quaint shed on a field along the Train de Charlevoix route.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

A steep hillside road winds down into Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

Train de Charlevoix along the St. Lawrence River.

 (Caroline Perron)

Two church spires on Isle-aux-Coudres.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

An Isle-aux-Coudres windmill.

 (Margo Pfeiff / Margo Pfeiff)

The charming town of Baie-Saint-Paul, two hours from Quebec City by Train de Charlevoix.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

The spires of a small town along the route of the Train de Charlevoix.

 (Margo Pfeiff)

Shops and eateries along the town of Baie-Saint-Paul’s main street.

 (Caroline Perron)
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