The timetable is two years after the Grand Tour. It is as close as I can get. Most of the timetable is not relevant to the Grand Tour. There are two trains daily leaving from Quebec (Palais) Station. You see these in the upper left of Page 1. They followed that column until the horizontal rule in Sherbrooke. At that point they would have switched to a train going to Portsmouth, NH. Along the route they got off in Sanbornville and took the shuttle train to Wolfboro. This timetable is a condensed one. The train to Portsmouth is not in it. The route is clearer on this 1893-94 map for The Thoroughfare between Quebec, The White Mountains, and Portland.