Quebec: Eastern
Townships

The Eastern Townships is a region in southeastern Quebec between St. Lawrence River and US border. It is beautiful area, known destination for tourists, who come in summer and fall for hiking mountains and enjoy nature. In winter this area is visited by serious ski and snowboard enthusiasts. It also home to many old charming towns.

For two weeks in July-August of 2008 we rented a cottage on Crystal Lake near Stanstead. From the cottage we drove around exploring Eastern Townships towns and visiting Montreal and Quebec city.

On this page we present lanterns found in Magog, North Hatley and Abby St. Benoit-du-Lac.
Stanstead and Sherbrooke lanterns are presented in separate pages.



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North Hatley, Lake Massawipi, Town Beach.
Lamp Post near Main St and Magog St.
Quebec-12


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Magog, 115 Merry Street N;
St. Patrice Church, 1894.
1/8. Main Entrance, Stairs Torchiere.
Magog-1m
2/8. Nave Chandelier.
Magog-2m
3/8. Wall Mount Candelabra.
Magog-4m
4/8. Apse, Wall Mount Light.
Magog-5m
5/8. Aisle, Pendant.
Magog-6m
6/8. Narthex, Pendant.
Magog-7m
7/8. Narthex, Pendant.
Magog-9m
8/8. Lobby Pendant.
Magog-8m


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Magog, 90 St. David Street.
Former St. Margerite Church. Now Library.
Main Entrance, Stairs Parapet Torchiere.
Google, 2018: Lantern no longer exists.
Magog-10m


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St. Benoit-du-Lac, Lake Memphremagog;
1 Rue Principale. Abbey De St-Benoit-Du-Lac.
Two wings finished in 1941, Bell Tower-1952,
Church-1994.
1/2. Wall Mount Light at the Entrance.
St_Benoit-1m
2/2. Shrine Chandelier.
St_Benoit-2m