Along the Quebec BrookQuebec Brook is a ten-mile long brook that flows from Quebec Pond in Brandon through the Madawaska flow to the Saint Regis River.  There was a logging railroad spur of the Brooklyn Cooperage Railroad that ran along its south bank that connected with John Hurd's Northern Adirondack Railroad and that was built to salvage timber west of the river that was damaged in the 1908 forest fire.  The route was abandoned in the 1920s.

The Madawaska Flow-Quebec Brook Primitive Area now surrounds it.


  • Barbara McMartin, Discover the Northern Adirondacks, Lake View Press, 2005