Old Port of Montreal

The Old Port of Montreal (Vieux-Port de Montréal) is the historic port of Montreal, located along the Saint-Lawrence river. It no longer has any industrial activities and is now a recreational area, with many activities like the Montréal Science Centre, the Clock Tower (and its beach), a skating rink or a ferris wheel (coming soon).

Above, looking towards Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours.

Above, view of the Quai de l’Horloge from Parc de la Cité du Havre.

Above, Clock Tower. There are stairs to the top.

Above, bridge on the Saint-Laurent.

Above, Clock Tower beach.

Above, marina in Bassin de l’Horloge.

Above, boat on the Saint-Lawrence river, with Parc Jean Drapeau in the background.

Above, nice autumn colors.

Above, skating rink building.

Above, Marché Bonsecours.

Above, the skating rink serves as a pond during summer but was empty of water when I was there.

Above, skyscrapers of Downtown Montreal.

Above, Quai Jacques Cartier.

Above, Nelson’s Column in Place Jacques Cartier.

Above, street in Old Montreal.

Above, Science Centre.

Above, derelict silo on the Pointe du Moulin à Vent.

Above, pond in Jardin des Ecluses.

Above, view from Pointe du Moulin à Vent.


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