TTC #622 beside the "Hôtel La Ferme" at Baie-St-Paul.
TTC 623 is stopping at Grande-Pointe station on the CFC Charlevoix subdivision.
TTC #623 is passing along the "Fleuve Saint-Laurent" in Charlevoix.
The engineer of the TTC #623, is preparing for the departure.
TTC #623 is stopping at "Grande-Pointe" station at MP 47.0 on the CFC Charlevoix subdivision.
Train number 623 leaves Baie-Saint-Paul on a mucky July afternoon for the 55-mile journey to Quebec City.
The Massif de Charlevoix train heads west through Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, home of a world-renowned cathedral seen in the background. The Charlevoix railway east of Quebec City once ended at this c... (more)
The Massif de Charlevoix train heads west towards Québec City through the fields of Baie-Saint-Paul. Click here for a ... (more)
The Charlevoix subdivision (former CN Murray Bay subdivision) skirts the mighty Saint-Lawrence river for more than half its length. It is one of the most impressive, yet unaccessible rail lines in... (more)
The train du Massif, as well call it in French, heads west towards Québec City and is seen here passing the MP 80.30 bridge at Sainte-Irénée. Here, you can barely see across the Saint-Lawre... (more)
The Massif de Charlevoix train heads towards Pointe-au-Pic on a gorgeous winter morning. Click here for a summer view ... (more)
The Massif de Charlevoix train rolls along the Saint-Lawrence river at low tide.
The Massif de Charlevoix train rolls towards its namesake ski resort, but is seen here rolling through the fields of Saint-Joachim, at the foot of Mount Sainte-Anne.
Houses with a view... The Massif de Charlevoix tourist train rolls along the former CN Murray Bay subdivision between La Malbaie and Quebec City. Considered by many the most scenic r... (more)