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About Montreal
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What you must know once here (3)
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By train

If you take the train from the US, from another province or from anywhere else in Quebec, you'll arrive at the central station (Gare Centrale) which is right downtown. From there you can take the metro at Bonaventure station or even walk since Central station is connected to the underground tunnels (see the Underground city district).
The only direct connection from the US to Montreal is Amtrak 's Adirondack train that starts from New York city. The Amtrak's web site has a system called Fare finder where you enter your point of departure and destination and it will list the different routes you can take with up to two connections. If you want more specific information on the Adirondack itself, check their Routes section.
If you are traveling from anywhere else in Canada or Quebec, you'll use VIA Rail . Their web site also has an online reservation system.
P.S. The Windsor train station (i.e. the other main train station in Montreal) is not used anymore. Commuter trains go to the Lucier-L'allier station or to the Gare Centrale.

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