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  • 110 rue St-Pierre Map It
  • St-Constant

Published 10/26/2015

Fodor's Review

You can rattle around Canada's largest railroad museum in a vintage tram specially built in the 1950s for sightseeing tours in Montréal when the city still had a streetcar system. The museum has more than 120 train cars and locomotives, but if you're a steam buff, you won't want to miss CPR 5935, the largest steam locomotive built in Canada, and CNR 4100, the most powerful in the British Empire when it was built in 1924. To see how the rich and powerful traveled, take a look at Sir William Van Horne's luxurious private car. Of special interest to the kids will be the car that served as a mobile classroom. The museum is south of the city in the town of St-Constant. From Monday to Friday, the Agence metropolitaine de transport ( runs commuter trains from the Gare Lucien-l'Allier, next to the Centre Bell, to Candiac/St. Constant. Trains depart at 9:35 am and return at 1:28 pm.

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110 rue St-Pierre, St-Constant, Québec, J5A 1G7, Canada

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Sight Details:

  • C$18
  • Hrs and days vary depending on the month. Call or check website before heading out

Published 10/26/2015


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