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Browse the gallery below to view our entire collection of images and videos, and discover rock climbing in the village of Val-David. Click on the various items to view larger images and read descriptions, or to listen and view video recordings.
Old photograph showing the piles of lumber stacked near the railway lines and the Tyler Hardwood Flooring Wood Mills at Préfontaine in 1923.
Vintage postcard showing the Bélisle’s Mills Railway Station; apart from the building, the railway tracks can be seen and stacks of wood ready for loading.
Three men on the railway tracks beside the North River, in the countryside near Val-David village. One man is standing next to the tracks, while the other two are operating a handcar, a rail vehicle used to inspect the tracks.
The enormous log-built home of John McConnell on Lac Gore.
Bucolic image of Val-David Church, side-by-side with the Résidence Sainte-Esther des Sœurs de Sainte-Anne.
Extract from Le Devoir newspaper showing three men holding onto a plan of the projected Val-David Park.
A young woman using hands and feet to hang on to holds resembling handholds on an artificial climbing wall.
Map of the Val-David/Val-Morin Regional Park, with its slopes and trails.
Extract from Le Devoir newspaper in 1947, referring to the tourist industry in Val-David and illustrated with two landscapes.
Postcard showing Auberge La belle Chaumière in Val-David, with the railway tracks, Val-David Station and 1940s automobiles.
Black and white photo of Auberge La Sapinière in winter 1937; a dogsled is standing in front of the log-built lodge.
Old aerial photo of the Lac Paquin region showing several houses and a noticeable absence of trees.
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