The Palais de Québec station is in the heart of Lower Town, near former industries and port facilities. This terminal station was built in 1915 according to the plans of the architect Edward Prindle. During the 1985 redevelopment, a new train shed was built and connected to the old waiting room by a long glass hall.
– Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada
450 Rue de la Gare-du-Palais, Quebec City, QC, Canada
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Many VIA Rail stations have been around for quite some time and have earned their Heritage status. VIA Rail historic stations are located from coast to coast and are the perfect starting point to begin your Visit List. This year, for Historic Places Days, start your journey at one of our five stations featured here!