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Photos shown in this table are arranged from West to East:

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Village of Point Edward

County of Lambton

Sign welcoming Michigander's to Sarnia.  This sign is quite a relic, probably dating back to the completion of the Front Street interchange.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.
Village of Point Edward

County of Lambton

Highway 402 driving eastbound at the Front Street interchange.  Front Street is the first full interchange east of the Blue Water Bridge, and is the main access route into both Downtown Sarnia and Point Edward.  Front Street was the last interchange to be constructed on Highway 402.  Before 1982, Front Street met Highway 402 at an at-grade intersection.
Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.
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Village of Point Edward

County of Lambton
Westbound signage for the off-ramp to Front Street.  Front Street is the final westbound exit in Canada.  As such, beyond this interchange all four westbound lanes lead to the Bluewater Bridge.

Photo taken: Jul 24th, 2013.
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Village of Point Edward

County of Lambton
Two views looking easterly at the Christina Street overpass in Sarnia.  The upper photo shows the 1952 structure that was demolished in two phases in 2009.  The structure was demolished during the multiyear construction project that saw the westbound lanes of Highway 402 widened to four lanes through Sarnia.  Several aesthetically pleasing elements were included in the modern Christina Street overpass including the embossed parapet walls and coloured concrete sealant.  The Christina Street overpass is the first overpass drivers entering Ontario from the United States encounter.

Upper photo taken: April 20th, 2007.

Lower photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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Point Edward - Sarnia Boundary

County of Lambton

A series of views looking west towards the Bluewater Bridge from the Christina Street overpass in Sarnia.

Upper photos taken: May 17th, 2009.

Lower photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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Point Edward - Sarnia Boundary

County of Lambton

Looking east from Christina Street along Highway 402.  The Christina Street overpass was the first grade-separation constructed on Highway 402.  The overpass was completed in 1952; prior to that Highway 402 had been entirely an at-grade highway (though at that time it only ran between the bridge and what has become Highway 40).

Upper photos taken: May 17th, 2009.

Lower photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

View looking westerly towards both the vintage and modern Christina Street overpass.  This rather attractive 1950s vintage overpass was demolished in 2009 as part of the highway widening project through Sarnia.

Photo taken: April 20th, 2007.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton
Westbound overhead signage at the off-ramp to Christina Street.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Eastbound advanced signage for the ramp to Indian Road.  Click here to see a previous version of the sign that stood at this location, taken before Highway 402 was reconstructed in April, 2007.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

The Westbound advanced signage for the Christina Street overpass is located immediately east of the Colborne Street underpass.  The Colborne Street underpass was completed in 1957 and was the second grade separation to be constructed on the Bluewater Bridge approach.
Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

View looking westerly beyond the Indian Road interchange.  Note the blue trapezoidal sign to the right of the freeway indicating that traffic in the local lane can also access the Bridge to USA.  Early design drawings had the local lane fully signed with blue signage, however sometime before signs were erected the MTO elected to sign the local lane with green signage.
Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Eastbound signage for the off-ramp to Indian Road.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

View looking easterly as Highway 402 passes beneath the Indian Road overpass.  Both the Indian Road and Murphy Road structures were rehabilitated during the construction that saw Highway 402's westbound carriageway widened to four lanes.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Looking west from the Indian Road overpass towards the Bluewater Bridge.  Despite being of a fairly standard parclo-A configuration, Indian Road is somewhat of an odd design.  In the early 90s, the directional ramp from southbound Indian Road to the westbound 402 was removed, converting the 6-ramp full parclo into a 5-ramp interchange.

Upper photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

Lower photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Looking east along Highway 402 from the Indian Road overpass.  The interchange at Indian Road was constructed in 1970  It was constructed as part of a larger project to build grade separations throughout the City of Sarnia.  This project was a precursor to the extension of Highway 402 towards London.  Click here for an additional pre-construction view taken in September, 2005.

Upper photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

Lower photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton
Overhead signage immediately east of the Indian Road overpass.  At Indian Road, the westbound lanes have widened to their final four lane configuration.  At one point, the MTO was considering widening the westbound lanes of Highway 402 to four lanes as far west as Mandaumin Road, however the border queues that prompted this widening project following September 11, 2001 have generally subsided making a further widening unlikely.
Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton
Westbound signage at the ramp to Indian Road.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Easterly view approaching the Murphy Road overpass.  The Murphy Road overpass also crosses overtop of a residential street (Guthrie Drive) immediately to the north of Highway 402.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Highway 402 looking west from the Murphy Road overpass in Sarnia.  Note, that since being widened Highway 402 is now continuously lit through Sarnia.  Unlike most modern highways in Ontario, the  highway is lit with conventional mast lighting and not with high mast.  According to the Design and Construction Report that was prepared by Stantec in January, 2009, conventional mast lighting was preferred to minimize light trespass on the built up area surrounding the freeway.  Click here for an additional pre-construction view taken in September, 2005.

Upper photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

Lower photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Looking east from the Murphy Road overpass in Sarnia.  In these photos, the start of the by-pass that was constructed in the early-1970s as a precursor to Highway 402 being extended easterly to London is visible.  Before the curve was constructed and the highway was shifted to the north, Highway 402 continued straight towards Highway 7 (now Lambton Road 22), before narrowing to a conventional 2-lane highway.  Click here for an additional pre-construction view taken in September, 2005.

Upper photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

Lower photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton
View looking westerly as Highway 402 rounds the curve immediately west of the Howard Watson Trail underpass as the westbound lanes begin to diverge into their specialized arrangements.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Diagram signage directing bridge bound traffic to keep left and local traffic to keep to the right.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Eastbound advanced signage for the off-ramp to Highway 40.  This was one of the few overhead signs that stood prior to the reconstruction of the westbound lanes through Sarnia.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Easterly view at the Highway 40 interchange.  Highway 40 meets Highway 402 at a six ramp Parclo B style interchange.

Picture taken: July 24th, 2013.
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Highway 40 leads southerly from Sarnia through Wallaceburg to Chatham.  Click here for Highway 40 images.
City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Westerly view at the Highway 40 / Modeland Road interchange.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Westbound advanced signage for the Highway 40 / Modeland Road interchange.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

This view looks westerly from the Blackwell Road overpass.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Highway 402 looking east from the Blackwell Road overpass near Sarnia.  Blackwell Road is located roughly at kilometre marker 8.  This picture showcases the Airport Road interchange.  As one would suspect by the name, Airport Road is the primary route from Highway 402 to Sarnia's Airport.  Click here for an additional view taken in April, 2005.
Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Westerly view from the Airport Road overpass.

Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Highway 402 looking east from the Airport Road overpass near Sarnia.  East of Airport Road, Highway 402 drivers must negotiate a fairly sharp S-curve.  East of this curve, Highway 402 has a much larger grassed median, and is virtually perfectly straight all of the way to Strathroy.
Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton
Signage directing US bound travelers of both the Sombra and Wapole Island car ferries across the St. Clair River.  Both car ferries operate year round and provide a scenic alternate to the Bluewater Bridge. 

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

This view looks westerly from the Waterworks Road overpass.  The treed highway median considerably limits the view from this overpass.

Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Easterly view from the Waterworks Road interchange towards Mandaumin Road.

Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

The Mandaumin Road overpass has been treated with a coloured waterproofing agent and looks quite attractive.  Many concrete structures in neighbouring Michigan are tinted with a similar product.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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City of Sarnia

County of Lambton

Westerly view from the Mandaumin Road overpass.  At the time the photo was taken the eastbound carriageway is restricted to a single lane as part of the final stages of concrete resurfacing.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

Easterly view of the 402 from the Mandaumin Road overpass.  The western limits of the concrete surface is visible in the distance.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

Highway 402 looking west from the Camlashie Road overpass, east of Sarnia.  Camlashie Road is located roughly at kilometre marker 21.  The roadside pullouts shown in this photo are Truck inspection stations.  These Inspection stations are the only ones located along Highway 402.

Upper photo taken: April 13th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: November 1st, 2008.


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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

Highway 402 looking east from the Camlashie Road overpass.  These photos provide an interesting comparison highlighting the different highway standards from the 1970s when Highway 402 was constructed to the reconstruction work that was completed in 2008.  The MTO has widened freeway lane widths considerably in that time frame.

Upper photo
taken: April 13th, 2005.

Lower photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

View looking westerly from Highway 21-South.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

Easterly view from the Highway 21-South overpass.  The 402 was reconstructed in the vicinity of this interchange during the 2007 and 2008 construction seasons.  Oil prices reached record highs during 2007 and 2008, accordingly several highways reconstructed during that timeframe were surfaced with concrete pavement.
Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

View looking westerly through the Highway 21-South overpass.  The Highway 21-South overpass was rehabilitated during the 2008 construction season.

Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.
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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

Westbound signage for the off-ramp to Oil Heritage Road (Highway 21-South).

Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.
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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

This view looks westerly approaching the Highway 21-South interchange.

Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.
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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

View looking easterly through the Uttoxeter Road overpass.  As of the writing of this in the Summer of 2013, the Uttoxeter Road overpass is one of the few structures between Sarnia and Strathroy to retain its double rail barrier.

Photo taken: July 13th, 2013.
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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

Highway 402 looking east from the Uttoxeter Road overpass.  At the time this photo was taken, Highway 402 was being extensively rehabilitated throughout the area.  This was part of a multiyear project that saw Highway 402 upgraded near Highway 21 (North).  This construction project wrapped up mid fall 2005.
Photo taken: April 13th, 2005.
Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

Advanced signage for the Highway 21-North interchange.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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Township of Plympton- Wyoming

County of Lambton

Signage at the eastbound exit.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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Highway 21 commences its trek northerly to Owen Sound at Highway 402.  Click here for Highway 21 images.
Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

View looking easterly from Highway 21-North.  Outside the Highway 402 corridor, the Lambton County landscape is dotted with far fewer trees then appear in and alongside the expressway.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

Exit signage for Highway 21 North.

Photo taken: April 20th, 2007.

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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

New green signage along a very recently reconstructed portion of Highway 402 in advance of the Highway 21 north interchange.

Photo taken: April 20th, 2007.

Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

View looking easterly through the recently rehabilitated Highway 7 (Lambton Road 22) overpass.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013. 
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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

Westerly view of Highway 402 from the Highway 7 overpass.  There are a handful of other instances where two highways (or in this case a highway and a former highway) cross but do not intersect.  There is no interchange between Highway 7 and 402 in Lambton County.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

Easterly view of the 402 from Highway 7.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

Westerly view towards the forested median of Highway 402 from the First School Road overpass.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013. 

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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

Easterly view from the First School Road overpass.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013. 

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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton
Westerly view along Highway 402 from the Highway 79 overpass.  The traffic barrels that have been placed along the eastbound carriageway were placed in advance of a construction contract which saw the rehabilitation of the Highway 79 overpass during the 2009 construction season.
Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

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Highway 81 meets the 402 just north of Strathroy.  Click here for Highway 79 images.
Township of Warwick

County of Lambton
Easterly view along Highway 402 from the Highway 79 overpass.

Photo taken: May 17th, 2009.

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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

Signage and exit for Lambton Road 79.  There is no evidence anywhere along the length of the former Highway 79 that indicates it as a former provincial highway.

Photo taken: April 20th, 2007.

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Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

Advanced signage for Lambton Road 79.

Photo taken: April 20th, 2007.

Township of Warwick

County of Lambton

A view looking from road level looking east along the freeway towards the Lambton/Middlesex County Line.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Adelaide-Metcalfe

County of Middlesex
View looking westerly from the Highway 81 overpass.  Note just how wide the median of the highway is between Sarnia and Strathroy.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Highway 81 meets the 402 just north of Strathroy.  Click here for Highway 81 images.
Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Easterly of the 402 from the Highway 81 overpass.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Looking west along Highway 402 from the Glengyle Drive overpass near Strathroy.  This picture showcases the Middlesex Road 39 interchange.  Interestingly, Highway 22 once ran along what is now Middlesex Road 39 heading to Highway 79 via Strathroy and Watford instead of the more present more direct route to the north of today's Highway 402.
Photo taken: September 27th, 2005.
Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Looking east along Highway 402 from the Glengyle Drive overpass.  Glengyle Drive is located roughly at kilometre marker 70.

Photo taken: September 27th, 2005.

Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Looking west along Highway 402 from the Scotchmere Drive overpass.  Highway 402 has many of these broad sweeping curves east of Strathroy en route to London.

Photo taken: September 27th, 2005.

Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Looking east along Highway 402 from the Scotchmere Drive overpass.  Scotchmere Drive is located roughly at kilometre marker 73.

Photo taken: September 27th, 2005.

Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

View looking west along Highway 402 from the Olde Drive overpass.  Just beyond the pictured curve, Highway 402 crosses over the CN rail line that leads from London to Sarnia.

Photo taken: September 27th, 2005.

Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

View looking east along Highway 402 from the Olde Drive Overpass.  Olde Drive is located approximately at kilometre marker 76.

Photo taken: September 27th, 2005.

Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Looking west along Highway 402 from the Oriole Drive overpass.  Oriole Drive is located roughly at kilometre marker 80.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Looking east from Oriole Drive.  In the distance, both the CN rail line to Windsor and the Glendon Drive interchange are visible.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Highway 402 looking west from the Glendon Drive overpass.  Glendon Drive meets Highway 402 approximately at kilometre marker 82.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Looking east from the Glendon Drive overpass along Highway 402.  Glendon Drive meets Highway 402 at a 4-ramp parclo b2 interchange.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Westerly view of Highway 402 from Highway 81.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Highway 402 looking east from the Highway 81 overpass near Deleware.  This overpass is located roughly at kilometre marker 85.  This picture showcases the Highway 2 interchange, and the 402's long crossing of the wide Thames River Valley.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

View looking west from Miller Road towards the Highway 2 interchange.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Township of Strathroy- Caradoc

County of Middlesex

Easterly view of Highway 402 from the Miller Road interchange.

Photo taken: November 1st, 2008.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex
This view looks west from the Springer Road overpass

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex
Easterly view from the Springer Road overpass.  The Springer Drive overpass is found at approximately kilometre marker 88.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex
Westerly view from the Carriage Road overpass, towards Springer Road.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex
Easterly view from Carriage Road.  Carriage Road is found approximately at kilometre marker 89.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex
Westerly view from Sharon Drive.  It was a near perfect day on the day that I took these photos.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex
Easterly view from the Sharon Drive overpass into the September sun.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex
This view looks westerly from the Woodhull Road overpass towards Sharon Drive.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex 
This view looks easterly from the Woodhull Road overpass towards Highway 401.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre

County of Middlesex 
Westerly view as the freeway enters the municipality of Middlesex Centre from the Westdel Bourne overpass. 

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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City of London Highway 402 looking east from the Westdel Bourne overpass near London.  Westdel Bourne marks the western boundary of the City of London.  Highway 402 has two interchanges in London before its terminus at Highway 401.  Heading eastbound on Highway 402, traffic bound for Downtown London is directed to follow Highway 402 until the 401, and then exit Highway 401 at Wellington Road.
Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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City of London Eastbound advanced signage for the Highway 4 interchange in southwest London.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of London Turn-off signage for Highway 4.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013. 
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City of London View looking westerly from Colonel Talbot Road overpass along Highway 402.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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Highway 4 leads from St Thomas, through London to Clinton.  Click here for Highway 4 images.
City of London View looking easterly from the Highway 4 overpass.  Highway 4 was an unlikely temporary western terminus of the freeway;  the final section of Highway 402 opened between Highway 2 and Highway 4 in 1982, about two years after the section of Highway 402 between Highway 4 and the 401 opened to traffic.
Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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City of London View looking west at the exit to Highway 4 from Highway 402 west.

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City of London Advanced signage for Highway 4.  The highway is known as Colonel Talbot Road between Lambeth and London's South City Limits.

Photo taken: April 20th, 2007.

City of London Highway 402 shares its alignment through the south of London with a high voltage power line.  There are several instances across Ontario where a major highway shares a corridor with a high voltage power line.  Considerable sections of both of Ontario's Highway 403 and 407 were also built in a high-voltage utility corridor.
Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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City of London Highway 402 looking west from the Wonderland Road overpass in London.  Wonderland Road is located at kilometre marker 100.  When the 402 was first constructed, there was no interchange at Wonderland Road.  The ramps were added in 1998 -- the overpass was pre-existing.
Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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City of London Sign advising eastbound motorists that their journey along Highway 402 will soon be coming to an end, as the 402 ends at Highway 401 several kilometres east of the Wonderland Road interchange.

Photo taken: July 24th, 2013.
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City of London Westerly view from the White Oak Road overpass.  White Oak Road was one of the first bridges I ever took a centre-line photo from.  I first started centre-lining way back in February of 2004 while still attending UWO in London.  I have since reshot Highway 402 from this overpass several times.
Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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City of London View looking easterly from the White Oak Road overpass.  Highway 402 ends at a partial interchange with the 401 just beyond the tree-line in the photo.

Photo taken: September 19th, 2009.

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City of London Ends assembly denoting the eastern terminus of Highway 402 at Highway 401 in London.  Highway 402 simply defaults onto the eastbound 401.

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Highway 402 ends at a partial interchange with Highway 401 in London.  Click here for Highway 401 images.

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