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No pets allowed.
Train station (free): mid-June to mid-October Museum ($): June 24 to Labour Day, guided tour
A heritage building constructed in 1913, the CN station in Rivière-Bleue is the last witness to the region's railway history. Museum, interpretation centre about the National Transcontinental train and stations, period photographs, arts, crafts, local products, café.
Tours with guide from June 24 to Labour Day; self-guided outside this period. The exhibition "Une goutte d'histoire" recounts the story of bootlegging and the newly restored Petite Gare Aubut features an exhibition on life on the rails.