The dominion of Canada, with Newfoundland and an excursion to Alaska - handbook for travellers (1907) (14577461968)
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Title: The dominion of Canada, with Newfoundland and an excursion to Alaska : handbook for travellers
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Karl Baedeker (Firm)
Publisher: Leipzig : K. Baedeker
Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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—We now follow the St. Francis to (221 M.) Richmond (p. 141), whereour line forks, the left (main) branch running to (76 M.) Montreal(see R. 29b) and the right to (97 M.) Quebec (see R. 29b). b. Via the Maine Central Railroad. Railway to (2S6 M.) Montreal in 12-16 hrs. (fare $7J/2, parlor-car $172,berth $2); to (321 M.) Quebec in hrs. (fare $872* parlor-car $ l/2).This line traverses the centre of the White Mts. (seats to the right; ob-servation-cars attached to the trains in the mountain-district). Throughparlor and sleeping cars run from Portland to Montreal and Quebec. Portland, see p. 24. The train starts from the Union Station,crosses the Presumpscot twice, and runs towards the W. 17 M. Se-bago Lake) 50 M. Fryeburg. 60 M. North Conway, and thence to — 286 M. Montreal (Windsor Street Station), see R. 3 d. The train to (321 M.) Quebec (p. 145) diverges at (100 M.)Quebec Junction (p. 20) and runs via Lancaster, Colebrook, CookshireJunction (p. 46), and Dudswell Junction (p. 21).
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II. NEW BRUNSWICK, Route Page 10. 11. 33 QQ WasbEidemOcik Lake Grand Lake 38 Q£ 12. QQ 3Q QQ 13. From Woodstock to Grand Falls and Edmundston . AC\4U 40 . 41 14. From St. John to St. Stephen and St. Andrews . . . 41 41 42 15. 44 45 16. 46 48 17. 48 . 48 10. St. John. Arrival. The Intercolonial Station (PI. E, 2; Rail. Restaurant), alsoused by the C. P. R. and other lines entering St. John, lies at the N. endof the city, V3-V2 M. from the chief hotels. The New Brunswick SouthernLine for St. Stephen (R. 14) has its terminus at West End^ formerly Carleton(comp. pp. 32, 41). — The Transatlantic steamers land in winter at SandPoint (PI. C, 3), on the W. side of the harbour, but in summer, most of them,like the Boston and Digby boats, land at Reed^s Point (PI. D, 3)$ the steamersfor Eastport and Grand Manan (R. 15) land at TurnbulVs Wharf (PI. D, 2). —Cabs (see below) meet the chief trains and steamers. Hotels. * Royal (PI. b; E, 2), King St., perhaps the best hotel inthe Maritime Prov
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