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King's Highway 9 - Images

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Highway 21, the Blue Water Highway is the principal route running north-south along the eastern shore of Lake Huron.  Click here for Highway 21 images.
Municipality of Kincardine

County of Bruce
Junction assembly at the western terminus of the western leg of Highway 9 at Highway 21 in Kincardine.

Photo taken: October 15th, 2005.
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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
Easterly view through Riversdale approaching the Teeswater River bridge.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
Easterly view across the Teeswater River bridge.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
View looking easterly approaching the eastern Highway 4 junction.  Before it was transferred to county maintenance in 1998, Highway 4 ran south towards London and easterly towards Durham from this intersection.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
Two views looking westerly towards the western Highway 9 and 4 junction.

Photos taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
Easterly view along Highway 9 from just east of the western Highway 4 junction.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
Westerly view at the Greenock Sideroad 5 intersection.  Before municipal restructuring in the 1990s, this part of the Municipality of Brockton was known as Greenock Township.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
Easterly view along Highway 9 from just east of the Greenock Sideroad 5 intersection.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
Easterly view approaching the eastern Highway 4 junction in Walkerton.  Highway 9 turns to the east at this intersection, while Highway 4 traffic must turn left following Yonge Street into Downtown Walkerton.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
Green signage directing travelers through the eastern Highway 9/4 intersection.  Yonge Street through Walkerton is maintained by the Municipality of Brockton, not the county.  As such, the County Road 4 designation is not included on this signage.
Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.
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Municipality of Brockton

County of Bruce
View looking southerly along Highway 9 from the eastern Highway 4 junction in Walkerton.  The southbound lane extends southerly from this signalized intersection overtop of the pictured hill to provide a short eastbound passing lane.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of South Bruce

County of Bruce
This view looks westerly approaching South Bruce Concession 12 south of Walkerton.

Photo taken: July 1st, 2008. 

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Municipality of South Bruce

County of Bruce
Easterly view along Highway 9 between Mildmay and Clifford.

Photo taken: August 29th, 2010.

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Municipality of South Bruce

County of Bruce
Easterly view at the Huron County Line along Highway 9.  Highway 9 enters into Huron County for about 1 km before entering Wellington County.

Photo taken: August 29th, 2010.

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Town of Minto

County of Wellington
Highway 9 is signed with a north tab immediately north of the Highway 23/89 intersection in Harriston.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006.
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Town of Minto

County of Wellington
Advanced signage approaching the eastern terminus of the western leg of Highway 9 in Harriston.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006.
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Town of Minto

County of Wellington
Signage at the intersection denoting the eastern terminus of the western leg of Highway 9.

Photo taken: May 20th, 2006. 
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In Harriston, Hwy 9 intersects both Hwys 23 and 89.  Highway 23 runs southwesterly towards London, while Highway 89 leads easterly towards Barrie.  Click here for Highway 23 images, and here for Highway 89 images.
Town of Orangeville Obviously not a highway -- however, I have always had a fondness for architecture.  The scale of some of the churches in Small town Ontario and Les Petite Villes du Québec are extremely impressive.


Photo taken: January 22nd, 2009.

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Town of Orangeville View looking east along Broadway towards the Highway 136 intersection.

Photo taken: January 22nd, 2009.

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Town of Orangeville Westerly view towards the John Street intersection.  Without the highway crowns, its hard to believe that this was the junction of Highway's 9 and 136.

Photo taken: January 22nd, 2009.

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Town of Orangeville Westerly view from 1st Avenue.  Orangeville should be commended for the attractive streetscape features that were installed in the highways median.

Photo taken: January 22nd, 2009.

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Town of Orangeville Easterly view from the 1st Avenue intersection along Broadway.  Before the Orageville By-pass was constructed, Highway 9, 10 and 24 all met at this large intersection.  In the early Nineteenth Century, all roads led to this junction in Orangeville.
Photo taken: January 22nd, 2009.

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Town of Orangeville View looking westerly towards the Second Street intersection.

Photo taken: January 22nd, 2009.

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Town of Orangeville View looking easterly along Broadway from the Wellington Street intersection.  Wellington Street marks the eastern end of the historic Orangeville Downtown.  Suburban main-street development as pictured is very typical of Small-Town Ontario.
Photo taken: January 22nd, 2009.

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Highway 9 meets Highway 10 and 24 at the east end of Orangeville.  Click here for Highway 10 images, and here for Highway 24 images.
Orangeville - Mono - Caledon Boundary

Dufferin - Peel Boundary

Junction assembly for the Highway 9/10 intersection.  This intersection marks the western end of the western section of Highway 9.

Photo taken: August 1st, 2004.

Town of Orangeville

County of Dufferin

Looking west towards the Southern Highway 10 junction in the Southeast part of Orangeville.  Before Highway 9 was downloaded between Harriston and Orangeville in 1998, Highway 9 continued to the right along Highway 10 into Downtown Orangeville at this intersection.
Photo taken: August 1st, 2004.

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Mono - Caledon Boundary

Dufferin - Peel Boundary

Looking easterly through the eastern Orangeville, roughly 1km east of Highway 10.  Highway 9 has this three lane configuration for roughly 2km through the east end of Orangeville.

Photo taken: August 1st, 2004.


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Mono - Caledon Boundary

Dufferin - Peel Boundary

Looking easterly along Highway 9 from just west of the St. Andrews Road intersection.  Note the westbound passing lane extending behind the photo.

Photo taken: August 1st, 2004.


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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

Westerly view at Highway 9 at the Airport Road intersection.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

Easterly view along Highway 9 from just east of the Airport Road intersection.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

Highway 9 runs along a fairly steep hillside east of Mono Mills.  In order for the highway to be widened to four lanes, several retaining walls had to be constructed.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011. 

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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

Easterly view as Highway 9 rounds a gentle bend east of Mono Mills.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011. 

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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

Reverse view of the previous photo.  A considerable amount of engineering was required in order to push Highway 9 through the Niagara Escarpment.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011. 

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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

View as Highway 9 descends the Niagara Escarpment.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

Westerly view looking up the hill towards Mono Mills from halfway between the Centreville Creek and Gore Road intersections.  Notice the start of the passing lane that begins at the Centreville Creek Road intersection and continues almost 4km up the hill to the Airport Road intersection.
Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

This view looks easterly from the same spot as the above picture.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

Looking westerly along Highway 9 from just west of the Highway 50 intersection.  Highway 9 passes through some very pleasant rolling escarpment terrain as the highway traverses the distance between Orangeville and Newmarket.
 
Picture taken: August 1st, 2004.  (720x480): 45kb.  (1440x960): 175kb.

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Highway 50 leads south from Highway 89 in Alliston through Mono and Bolton to Highway 27 in Toronto.  Click here for Highway 50 images.
Caledon - Adjala-Tosorontio Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary

Looking east along Highway 9 towards the Highway 50 intersection north of Palgrave.

Picture taken: August 1st, 2004.  Size: 40kb.

Caledon - New Tecumseth Boundary

Peel - Simcoe Boundary
View looking westerly at the Simcoe Road 10 intersection.  Simcoe Road 10 is a long road that leads northerly from Highway 9 all the way into Wasaga Beach via Sunnidale's Corners.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundary
Easterly view from the Caledon/King Townline Road intersection.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundary
View looking westerly towards the Sideroad 10 intersection.  Note the scale of the intersection -- Highway 9 is a pretty impressive two-lane highway.  Aside from sections of Trans-Canada Highway in Ontario few two-lane roads in Ontario have as many four-lane segments and five-lane rural intersections.
Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundary
Easterly view towards the King Concession 10 intersection.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2005.

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King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundary
This view looks westerly from Main Street in Schomberg towards Orangeville.

Photo taken: October 17th, 2012.

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King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundary
Easterly view towards the Main Street intersection in Schomberg.  Schomberg's agricultural heritage is predominantly displayed via the grain elevator on the southern side of the highway.

Photo taken: October 17th, 2012.

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King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundary
Easterly view towards the Highway 27 junction.  Highway 27 is a reasonable alternative between western Toronto and Barrie instead of the 400.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundar
Green directional signage for the Highway 27 junction.  Motorists bound for Toronto are directed to follow Highway 27 southerly from this junction.  In practice however, most traffic bound for Toronto would follow Highway 9 to the 400.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Highway 27 is an important secondary route between western Toronto and Barrie and beyond.  Click here for Highway 27 images.
King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundary
This view looks westerly towards the Highway 27 intersection.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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King - New Tecumseth Boundary

York - Simcoe Boundary
Easterly view along Highway 9 from the Highway 27 intersection.

Photo taken: June 5th, 2011.

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Township of King

Regional Municipality of York

View looking westerly along Highway 9 as it passes through the Holland Marsh just west of Highway 400.

Photo taken: October 17th, 2010.

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Highway 400 is the Toronto-Barrie Highway, leading from Toronto to north of Parry Sound.  Click here for Highway 400-South images and here for Highway 400-Nouth images
Township of King

Regional Municipality of York

This view looks west towards the northbound off-ramp terminal from Highway 400.

Photo taken: October 17th, 2010. 

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Township of King

Regional Municipality of York

View looking easterly towards Newmarket along Highway 9 from the Highway 400 interchange.

Photo taken: October 17th, 2010. 

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Township of King

Regional Municipality of York

View looking westerly along Highway 9 from just west of the Glenville Road intersection.  Highway 9 between Highway 400 and Bathurst Street was widened to 5-lanes in 1998/1999 before all portions of Highway 9 east of Highway 400 were transferred to the Region of York in September of 1999.
Photo taken: August 1st, 2004.

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Township of King

Regional Municipality of York

View looking westerly towards Dufferin Street and Glenville.

Photo taken: August 18th, 2012. 

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Town of Newmarket

Regional Municipality of York

View looking easterly towards the historic eastern terminus of Highway 9 at the Highway 11 junction in Newmarket.  Davis Drive continues east of Highway 11 becoming Newmarket's major east-west thoroughfare.

Photo taken: August 1st, 2004.

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