King's Highway 10 - Images


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South of the Hurontario Street interchange, Highway 410 takes through traffic southerly towards Mississauga and Highways 401 and 403.  Click here for Highway 410 images.

Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

These views look northerly from Valleywood Boulevard.   The divided highway ends around the pictured curve.  At the end of the divided highway, Highway 410 ends, becoming Highway 10, which is a four-lane undivided rural highway for a considerable distance northerly.


Photos taken: June 6th, 2010.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Southbound signage on approach to Highway 410.  Today's highway 10 ends at this interchange; the Highway 10 of yesterday continued southerly along Hurontario Street until meeting the Lakeshore Road (yesterday's Highway 2) in Port Credit.
Photo taken: June 6th, 2010.
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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Advanced diagram sign for the Highway 410/Hurontario Street split.

Photo taken: June 6th, 2010.
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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Looking southerly at the signalized intersection with Old School Road.  Old School Road is the first signalized intersection that drivers encounter after the northbound terminus of Highway 410.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

This view looks northerly along Highway 10 approaching the Peel Road 9 intersection.

Photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Southerly view  approaching the Peel Road 9 intersection.

Photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Looking northerly as Highway 10 passes through Claude.  A slight kink in Highway 10`s otherwise straight alignment is visible in this photo.  The centre-line of Highway 10 was shifted westerly by a few metres when Highway 10 was widened to four lanes in order to provide suitable frontage to the pictured roadside church.
Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Northerly view approaching the Peel Road 12 intersection.  Sligo Hill (the Niagara Escarpment) dominates the horizon.

Photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Southerly view along Highway 10 approaching the Peel Road 12 intersection.  Notice how Peel Road 12 is indicated on the guide signage.  Unlike the signage seems to indicate, Peel Road 12 is not known as Peel Road.  In the author's opinion this is an awkward way to sign an unnamed regional road.
Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

This unique and surprisingly long overpass was completed to minimize the barrier effect large highways have on recreational facilities.  This view looks northerly, at the Trans-Canada Trail crossing north of Claude.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.
 

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

View looking southerly from the Trans-Canada Trail overpass.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Northerly view towards Sligo Hill from the Trans-Canada Trail.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel 
Northerly view along Highway 10 approaching Sligo Hill.

Photo taken June 5th, 2011. 

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel
Two views looking southerly from Sligo Hill.  These photos were taken on a clear day; in the upper photo, the Toronto skyline can be seen clearly some 50km away.

Photos taken: October 17th, 2010. 

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel
This view looks northerly along Highway 10 as the southbound truck climbing lane ends past the crest of Sligo Hill.

Photo taken: October 17th, 2010.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

View looking north along Highway 10 towards the Caledon village.  Two large rock quarries exist at the top of Sligo Hill.  Traffic signals were installed at their entrance in 2003 as part of the Sligo Hill highway widening project.

Photo taken: March 26th, 2006.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Two views looking south from the village of Caledon.  Note the rather abrupt end to the four-lane highway illustrated by the upper photo.

Upper photo taken: March 26th, 2006.

Lower photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

A series of views looking northerly through the village of Caledon.  Prior to 2009 and the start of construction that saw Highway 10 widened through the village of Caledon, Highway 10 was in strikingly poor condition.

Upper photo taken: March 26th, 2006.

Lower photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Old erroneous signage indicating Charleston Sideroad as Highway 24.  This erroneous signage has been removed and replaced with correct signage.

Photo taken: February 26th, 2004.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Northerly view towards the old Highway 24 intersection.  Prior to 1998, Highway 24 continued northerly from Guelph to this intersection then piggybacked along Highway 10 to Shelburne before heading on its own alignment bound for Collingwood.
Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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South of Highway 10, the former Highway 24 heads to Guelph, Cambridge and Brantford.  Click here for Highway 24-South images.
Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Two views illustrating the highway widening that took place through the village of Caledon, looking southerly towards the old Highway 24 intersection.

Upper photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Old erroneous signage indicating Charleston Sideroad as County Road 124.  This erroneous signage has been removed and replaced with correct signage.

Photo taken: March 26th, 2006.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

This view looks southerly towards the Highway 24 junction in Caledon.  Note the short retaining walls along the edge of the MTO's property.  Matching driveway alignment and grades can prove to be one of the more challenging aspects of highway widening through an urbanized area.
Photo taken: June 5th, 2011. 

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Caledon's OPP station is a converted historic school house. The OPP station is located on the east side of Highway 10 just north of the Highway 24 junction.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Two views looking northerly towards Orangeville from Caledon.  Highway 10 was widened between Caledon and Orangeville in three phases.  The first phase, completed in 2008, saw Highway 10 widened between the north village limits of Caledon and the Beech Grove Sideroad.  Subsequent contracts that took place in 2009 and carrying over into 2010 saw the remainder of the highway widened.

Upper photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

View looking southerly towards Caledon village along Highway 10.  When this photo was taken, construction on the first phase of highway widening between the north limits of Caledon Village and Beech Grove Sideroad was nearing completion.
Photo taken: September 6th, 2008.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Two northerly views along Highway 10 from just north of the Beech Grove Sideroad intersection.  Observe in the upper photo how quickly traffic has begun to bunch up behind the lead vehicle in the southbound lane.  Considering the close proximity of the close of the southbound passing lane, the upper photo shows in obvious detail the congestion problem that existed along Highway 10 before the highway was widened.

Upper photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Two views looking northerly into Orangeville from the Highpoint Road intersection.

Upper photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: June 5th, 2011. 

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Looking south from just past the Orangeville By-pass intersection.  This stretch of Highway 10 was widened to a five-lane cross-section in 2008-2009.

Upper photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel

Looking north towards the intersection with the Orangeville By-pass.  The Orangeville By-pass opened to traffic on August 4th, 2005.  It serves as a by-pass to Broadway in Orangeville, Orangeville's busy main street.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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Town of Orangeville Looking south towards the intersection with the Orangeville By-pass.  The Orangeville By-pass has been designated as part of Dufferin Road 109, matching the designation Dufferin has given its assumed sections of the former Highway 9.  Interestingly, all of the new by-pass is being maintained by the county of Dufferin, despite the fact that much of the new road actually lies within the Region of Peel.
Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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Town of Orangeville Directional signage for Highway 9 towards Newmarket.

Photo taken: February 26th, 2004.

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Town of Orangeville Highway 10/24 looking north from the southern intersection of Highway 9.  Highway 9 was multiplexed with Highway 10 prior to downloading for roughly 500 meters.  An enormous amount of traffic from Highway 9 enters and departs Highway 10 within a very short distance.  The section in this photo represents the busiest non-downloaded section of Highway 10.
Photo taken: August 1st, 2004.


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Highway 9 leads east from Orangeville to Newmarket.  Click here for Highway 9 images.
Town of Orangeville View looking southerly towards the Highway 9 intersection.  Highway 10 has an impressive cross-section immediately south of Orangeville.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Orangeville Northerly view towards Broadway.  Broadway was designated as Highway 9 before the mass-highway download.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Orangeville Broadway would have been an excellent candidate for a Highway 9B designation had Highway 9 remained a provincial highway between Harriston and Orangeville.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Orangeville This is the first of several traffic lights as the highway skirts along the southwestern shore of Island Lake.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Orangeville  View looking northerly along Highway 10 approaching the First Street intersection.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Orangeville  Southerly view looking towards the First Street intersection.  Prior to the completion of the Orangeville By-pass (the section of Highway 10 running along the southwestern shore of Island Lake), Highway 10 entered Downtown Orangeville following First Street and Broadway.
Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Mono

County of Dufferin

This view looks northerly from north of the First Street intersection at the North-end of Orangeville.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Town of Mono

County of Dufferin

Looking southerly towards Orangeville from just south of Mono 10th Sideroad.

Photo taken: August 28th, 2005. 

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Town of Mono

County of Dufferin

Highway 10 looking north from just north of Dufferin Road 8 at Camilla.  As is evident from the photo, Highway 10 narrows from a 4.5-lane highway back to a 2-lane highway just north of Camilla.  Camilla is located roughly 8km north of Highway 9 in Orangeville.
Photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

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Town of Mono

County of Dufferin

Highway 10 looking north towards the intersection with Mono 25th Sideroad at Eba.  At Eba, a short 1.5km multilane section of Highway 10 commences once again.  These dual passing lanes appear to have been designed to be incorporated into a future extension the 4.5 lane highway.
Photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

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Town of Mono

County of Dufferin

Looking south towards the same intersection as the previous photo.  This shows the southern end of the short multilane section at Eba.

Photo taken: August 28th, 2005.


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Town of Mono

County of Dufferin

Looking south along Highway 10 towards Eba.  This photo shows the northern beginning of the southbound passing lane at Eba.  The southbound passing lane is about 500m longer then its northbound counterpart.
Photo taken: August 28th, 2005.

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Town of Mono

County of Dufferin

Highway 10 looking south towards Orangeville from the Highway 89 junction.  Aside from the short multilane section at Eba, this is a very typical looking view of Highway 10 between Primrose and Camilla.

Upper photo taken: May 25th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: August 24th, 2013.

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Mono - Mulmer Boundary

County of Dufferin

Highway 10 at the eastern Highway 89 junction.  Before downloading in 1998, this intersection marked the start of one of Ontario's few three-plexes.  Highway 10/24/89 went from Primrose a few kilometers westerly to Shelburne.
Photo taken: February 26th, 2004.

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Mono - Mulmer Boundary

County of Dufferin

Highway 10 approaching the eastern Highway 89 junction at Primrose.  At this junction, traffic following Highway 10 to the north must turn left.

Upper photo taken: May 25th, 2005.

Lower photos taken: August 24th, 2013.


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East of Highway 10, Highway 89 is bound towards Alliston and Cookstown en route to Highways 400 and 11.  Click here for Highway 89-East images.
Mulmur - Mono Boundary

County of Dufferin

Two photos looking easterly at Primrose Junction.  The upper photo shows the destination signage at the junction, while the second sign shows the junction assembly.  At this intersection, Highway 10 (and the former Highway 24) veer to the right at this ramp while Highway 89 continues ahead.  Click here for an additional view from this vantage point, taken February, 2010.

Photos taken: August 24th, 2013.

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Mulmur - Mono Boundary

County of Dufferin

Two views looking east on Highway 10/24/89 from about halfway between Shelburne and Primrose.  In the distance, the eastern Highway 10/24/89 junction is visible.  Click here for an additional view from this vantage point, taken February, 2010.

Upper photo taken: May 25th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: September 17th, 2013. 


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Mulmur - Mono Boundary

County of Dufferin

This view looks westerly as Highway 10/24/89 rounds the curve at the Melancthon-Mulmure / Mon-Amarath Townline Road intersection.

Photo taken: September 17th, 2013.

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Melancthon - Amaranth Boundary

County of Dufferin

Highway 89 looking east from just east of the Highway 24 (now County Road 124) junction at Shelburne.  Highway 89 is of the pictured 4.5 lane configuration for roughly 4km between Shelburne and Primrose.

Upper photo taken: May 25th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: September 17th, 2013.

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Melancthon - Amaranth Boundary

County of Dufferin

Westerly view approaching the former Highway 24-North junction.  Since being transferred to the County, the former Highway 24 has been known as County Road 124.

Photo taken: September 17th, 2013.

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Town of Shelburne Northbound advanced junction assembly for the western Highway 10/89 split in Downtown Shelburne.

Photo taken: February 26th, 2004.

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