King's Highway 10 - Images


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Highway 89 leads west from Shelburne bound for Mount Forest and Harriston.  Click here for Highway 89-West images.
Town of Shelburne

County of Dufferin 
Southbound junction assembly at the Highway 89-West junction in Shelburne.  Obviously, a left turn is required to proceed southerly along Highway 10 (and to avoid driving into the sports store).

Photo taken: February 11th, 2010.
Town of Shelburne

County of Dufferin 
View looking southerly as Highway 10 approaches the four-corners of Shelburne.  Shelburne is a pleasant midwestern Ontario small town that has done well to attract travelers bound from the GTA to Owen Sound and Collingwood.
Photo taken: February 11th, 2010.

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Township of Melancton

County of Dufferin 
View looking northerly into a hazy afternoon sky towards the Dufferin Road 17 intersection.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Melancton

County of Dufferin  
Southerly view along Highway 10 approaching the 250 Road intersection.  Highway 10 is very flat and nearly perfectly straight between Dundalk and Shelburne.  It is quite easy to eat up the miles quickly along this particular stretch of Highway 10.
Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Melancton / Southgate Boundary

Dufferin / Grey Boundary 
View looking southerly from the County Road 9 intersection in Dundalk.  Note the wind-farm that dots the landscape, collectively they are known as the Melancton wind farm; it is Ontario's largest wind-farm by both the number of turbines on the site, and by the number of kilowatts generated.
Photo taken: February 11th, 2010.

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Municipality of Grey Highlands

County of Grey 
View looking southerly as Highway 10 leaves Flesherton.  Toronto is the southbound control city along Highway 10.  Most highways that point towards the Greater Toronto area use Toronto as a control city, despite the fact that the highway may not actually pass with Toronto's City limits.
Photo taken: February 11th, 2010.

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Highway 4 is a long highway that lead from Port Stanley on Lake Erie, to Highway 24 south of Collingwood.  Click here for Highway 4 images.
Grey Highlands / West Grey Boundary

County of Grey
This view looks southerly approaching the Road 10 intersection south of Markdale.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Southerly view along Highway 10 looking south of Berkeley.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

View looking southerly as Highway 10 crosses Hamilton Creek immediately south of Holland Centre.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Northerly view into a hazy afternoon sky towards the Chatsworth Sideroad 20 intersection, from just north of Holland Centre.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Southerly view from just north of the Chatsworth Sideroad 10.  Highway 10 passes through numerous short valleys through Chatsworth Township.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Early spring view of Highway 10 taken about a kilometre south of the Grey Road 40 intersection.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Southerly view approaching the eastern leg of Grey Road 40 south of Chatsworth.  Just beyond (south) of the Grey Road 40 intersection, the southbound passing lane that is seen in the above photo commences.
Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Historical site signage for a plaque for the 'Toronto-Sydenham Road'.  The historical plaque gives a brief synopsis of what the Toronto-Sydenham Road is, its significance, and its routing.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.
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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Southbound distance signage leaving Chatsworth along Highway 10.  The southern control city for Highway 10 is Toronto, despite the fact that Highway 10 terminates in Brampton.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.
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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

View looking northerly along Highway 10 approaching Chatsworth.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2011.

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Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

View looking northerly along Highway 10 (Toronto & Sydenham Street) towards the Highway 6 junction in Chatsworth.  Despite serving almost an entirely provincial purpose, there is a short connecting link agreement along Highway 10 south from the Highway 6 intersection.
Photo taken: September 18th, 2005.
Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Junction assembly for the junction of Highway 6 and Highway 10 in Chatsworth.  Highway 10 is multiplexed with Highway 6 from Chatsworth to the northern terminus of Highway 10 at Owen Sound.
Photo taken: September 18th, 2005.

Highway 6 leads southerly towards Guelph, and eventually Hamilton and beyond.  Click here for Highway 6-South images.
Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Southbound junction signage for the Highway 6/10 split.

Photo taken: September 18th, 2005.

Township of Chatsworth

County of Grey

Looking southerly into Chatsworth at the southern intersection of Highway's 6 and 10.

Photo taken: September 18th, 2005.


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Georgian Bluffs - Meaford Boundary

County of Grey

View looking south from the Grey Road 18 intersection.

Photo taken: September 18th, 2005.


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Georgian Bluffs - Meaford Boundary

County of Grey

Southbound assembly for Highway 6/10.  This multiplex is one of the provinces oldest codesignations.

Photo taken: September 18th, 2005.

Georgian Bluffs - Meaford Boundary

County of Grey

View looking northerly towards the Grey Road 18 intersection.

Photo taken: September 18th, 2005.


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Georgian Bluffs - Meaford Boundary

County of Grey

Signage directing traffic bound north to Highway 6 north of Owen Sound onto Grey Road 18.  In the author's opinion, Grey Road 18 should be assumed as Highway 6, with the current route through Downtown Owen Sound being redesignated to Highway 6B.

Photo taken: February 26th, 2004.

Georgian Bluffs - Meaford Boundary

County of Grey

Looking south towards the Grey County Road 18 intersection.  Large channalized intersections such as this are quite common on busy Ontario highways.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006.


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Georgian Bluffs - Meaford Boundary

County of Grey

Northerly view from the Grey County Road 18 intersection.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006.


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Georgian Bluffs - Meaford Boundary

County of Grey

Looking northerly about 1km south of Owen Sound's South Limits.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006.


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City of Owen Sound View looking northerly into Owen Sound along Highway 6/10.  Owen Sound is a surprisingly busy community.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006.


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City of Owen Sound Advanced signage for the Highway 21/26 junction.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006.

City of Owen Sound

Highway 10 ends at the Highway 21/26 junction.  This is the only intersection in the province where 4-highways meet.

 

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006.

Highway 10 ends in Owen Sound, just east of Downtown at Highways 6, 21, and 26.  Click here for Highway 21 images and here for Highway 26 images..

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