Quebec City, Canada
Old Quebec
"A bird's eye view of a section of Old Quebec, showing the spire of
the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (Anglican), the Chateau Frontenac,
the St Lawrence River and City of Levis in the background."  A 1960s
An undated postcard which was sent to an RAF LAC in Manitoba -
presumably, therefore, during WW2.
Quebec, Little Champlain Street
A super old postcard for which, unfortunately, we have no date - but
early 20th Century.  
Old Postcard, Canada, Quebec, Chateau Frontenac
"From Dufferin Terrace and the Chateau Frontenac may be had a
splendid view of the Old Lower Town of Quebec. This is the oldest
and most unique city in the Dominion. The magnificent St Lawrence
river, one mile wide, is to be seen in the distance." An undated, early
20th century "Oilette" by Raphael Tuck.
Quebec, Chateau Frontenac
Quebec, Montcalm House
"Louis Joseph, Marquis de Montcalm Gezan de Saint Veran, was born
near Nimes, February 29th, 1712, and assumed command of the
French troops in Canada, 1756. On September 14th, 1759, he was
mortally wounded at the St Louis gate, and died the following
"The Chateau Frontenac Hotel is an imposing structure, occupying the
site of the old French Chateau de Louis, built by Champlain in 1620. At
the opposite end of Dufferin Terrace stands the Citadel, a strong
fortification dating back to 1823."
Quebec, Champlain Market
"Champlain Market is one of the busiest spots in Quebec It is situated
between Little Champlain Street and the River, in the old lower part of
the city."
Quebec, Dufferin Terrace, Old Postcard
Dufferin Terrace - an early 20th Century postcard.
Quebec Bridge
An interesting old postcard - this bridge collapsed twice during its
construction in the early years of the 20th Century, with great loss of
life.  To learn more, follow
this link. There are several websites which
refer to these collapses - use the search box at the top of this page for
even more details.
Chateau Frontenac and the Citadel.
"One of the world's most beautiful panoramas is seen from the
heights of Cape Diamond." A 1960s postcard.

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Quebec, Little Champlain Street
Little Champlain Street in winter.
Quebec from the St Lawrence.
A view across Lower Quebec.
Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec. The city lies on the St Lawrence
River at a point where the river narrows. It is one of the oldest cities on the North American
continent, having been founded in 1608.
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The corner of St John and Fabrique Streets.
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Another view of the Chateau Frontenac and the Citadel.
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