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The charm of Waterville, founded in 1876 by families of British and American origin, stems from its New England influence. It also has a surprisingly dynamic industrial sector. Of note is the presence of the internationally renowned company, Waterville T.G., specialized in the manufacture of car parts. The municipality features not only beautiful ancestral houses in the heart of town, but also a new, richly illustrated historical route, Waterville et son Patrimoine, enabling visitors to discover the soul and history of the village. In the hamlet of Milby, a stop on the Townships Trail, you can admire the covered bridge, the Huntingville Mill, the Universalist Church, Little Hyatt School (1822), and St. Barnabas Church. The Camping du Pont Couvert campground nearby welcomes outdoor enthusiasts. At the traffic circle on routes 143 and 147, the Beaulieu farm’s market, with Créateur de Saveurs designation, is perfect for a tasty stop. Milby’s golf course is among Quebec’s oldest links.