The popular restaurant-bar that became a symbol of the deadly 2013 train derailment in the Quebec town of Lac-Mégantic is up for sale.
Le Musi-Café owner Yannick Gagné has set the asking price at $2.5 million.
Nearly two-thirds of the 47 victims who died after the train derailed and exploded were inside the establishment at the time.
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The train was operated by the now defunct Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway (MMA).
The two-storey establishment with two outdoor terraces reopened nearby, some 17 months after the tragedy.