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  • Yesteryears of Lévis, Quebec
  • Quebec from Lévis Grand Trunk (Anse Tibbits), circa 1855.
  • Vue panoramique de Québec prise de Lévis, vers 1865
  • Terrible accident de chemin de fer, sur lintercolonial, près de Lévis - 1891
  • The ice bridge on the St. Lawrence river between Québec and Lévis, Quebec, Canada, in 1892
  • Quebec from Levis, Quebec – ca. 1900
  • Quebec from Levis, Quebec – ca. 1900
  • Quebec from Levis, Quebec - between 1890 and 1901
  • Chapelle du Collège de Lévis - 1903
  • Chapelle du Collège de Lévis - 1903
  • Quebec from Levis, Quebec - between 1890 and 1906
  • Officers of the 85th Regiment at Camp Valcartier, near Levis, QC, 1914
  • Group of officers of 89th Regiment, militia camp, Levis, QC, 1915
  • Orleans (Canadian 107235; U. S. 220874)The "Orleans" was built by Carrier, Lane and Company at Levis, Quebecin 1898 for the Compagna Martineet Industrial De Levis of QuebecCity. In 1916, the "Orleans" was bought by the Buffalo and Fort ErieSteamship Company. Four years later, the vessel was sold to theNiagara Ferry and Transportation Company. From 1927 to 1931, shewas under the ownership of the New York Ontario Ferries of Buffalo,New York. From 1931 until her demise in 1955, the "Orleans" wasowned by Charles Fix of Grand Island, New York. In 1955, while laid upat the Fix Dock in Grand Island, the vessel was damaged by ice
  • Quebec from Levis, Quebec - between 1810 and 1920
  • W. A. Bowden (Canada 103824)The "W. A. Bowden" was built at Levis, Quebec in 1925. She was owned and operated by the Minister of Railroads and Canals of Ottawa, Ontario
  • Tadoussac – 153447The "Tadoussac," built in Levis, Quebec, in 1927 for the CanadianSteamship Line, was a fine twin screw steamer constructed of steel. Shewas placed on the Eastern Division and plied from Montreal to Quebec.
  • Photo of 7/25/1937 Ferry Boat from Quebec, Canada to Levis
  • HMCS Ste. Therese - May 28, 1944 at Levis, Quebec
  • 5536 Levis, Quebec May 1953
  • École Saint-Gabriel de Lévis 1960
  • Le Père Lévis Côté, O.M.I. avait prononcé le sermon. Après la messe, les malades avaient été bénis avec lOstensoir. Lionel Roberge écrit
  • Traverse de Lévis
  • Lévis, Quebec in Winter
  • Transit History of the Banlieues de Quebec & Levis, Quebec
  • Lévis, QuebecThe location of Lévis was a transit city. In the 19th century, seatransport has facilitated the establishment of industries on the coastof St. Lawrence. In 1854, the arrival of the railway network isgradually replacing the declining and shipping Lévis is a necessarystep towards Quebec to the inauguration of the Quebec Bridge in1917. The urban character of Lévis is needed as economic activityincreases. Hotels, banks and traders settled near industries near theport and the railway station. As for the stores, they become moreprevalent in the upper part of the city, near the coast Passage. Untilthe 1950s, this area attracts a broad clientele.
  • "A birds eye view of a section of Old Quebec, showing the spireof the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (Anglican), the ChateauFrontenac, the St Lawrence River and City of Levis in thebackground."
  • Quebec ,Levis - Levis St-Romuald RPPC view of the village and bridges Bridge