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

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Highway 12 runs from Whitby northerly to Orillia and then westerly to Midland.  Click here for Highway 12 images.
Township of Brock

Regional Municipality of Durham
Easterly view of Highway 7 as it departs from the Highway 12 junction.  This is the beginning of Highway 7's section of the Trans-Canada Highway's Central Ontario Route.

Photo taken: October 10th, 2010.

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Township of Brock

Regional Municipality of Durham

Junction assembly for the northern Highway 12 junction.  As evident by the photo, Highway 7 turns left at this junction, following Highway 12 for roughly 40km south to Brooklin.  Click here to Continue westerly along Highway 7.

Photo taken: May 9th, 2006.
Township of Brock

Regional Municipality of Durham

Looking west from just west of Ridge Road towards the Highway 12 junction.  This photo highlights the Highway 12 junction.  As evident from the photo Highway 7 features a brief 4-lane section where both an eastbound and westbound passing lane have been constructed.
Photo taken: May 9th, 2006.

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Township of Brock

Regional Municipality of Durham

Highway 7 looking east from Ridge Road, which is located roughly 1km east of Highway 12 in Brock Township.  Notice the old alignment of Highway 7 visible to the left of the current highway in the distance of this photo.  This alignment was bypassed because of a steep grade and the close proximity of a cemetery.
Photo taken: May 9th, 2006.

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Township of Brock

Regional Municipality of Durham

Highway 7 just west of Manilla looking East.  This Photo showcases both the original and current west entrances of Manilla.  The original highway 7 would have continued straight through the gully and had a much steeper hill then the current highway.  Atop the hill the old highway (now known as Brock Street) veered northeast at Edward Street.  Old Highway 7 would have met the current highway at Simcoe Street, at what was likely a very dangerous intersection.
Photo taken: October 10th, 2010.

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Township of Brock

Regional Municipality of Durham

Looking east through Manilla along Highway 7 towards the Simcoe Street junction.  Manilla straddles the border between Durham Region and the City of Kawartha Lakes.  Click here for this same view taken in October, 2005.  (In the 2005, photo, note the price of gas compared to the 2012 photo).

Photo taken: October 18th, 2012.


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City of Kawartha Lakes Looking west towards the Simcoe Street intersection in Manilla.  Traffic signals were added to this intersection late in 2004 to improve traffic operations along Simcoe Street.  Click here for the same view taken in October, 2005.

Photo taken: October 18th, 2012.


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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view as Highway 7 rolls through Western Victoria County (Kawartha Lakes), just east of Manilla.

Photo taken: October 10th, 2010.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view approaching the Highway 46 intersection.  Note that Highway 46 has been renamed as Victoria Road.  This has less to do with the former monarch then it does the fact that the City of Kawartha Lakes was once Victoria County, and Highway 46 was designated Victoria Road 46.  Really this sign is out of date, since Highway 46 is technically known as Kawartha Lakes Road 46.
Photo taken: October 10th, 2010.

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Highway 46 ran northerly from Highway 7 through Woodville to Highway 48 at Bolsover.  Click here for Highway 46 images.
City of Kawartha Lakes Two views along Highway 7 looking west from just west of Barry's Road.  The intersection shown the distance is the junction of Highway 7 and Former Highway 46 (now Kawartha Lakes Road 46).  Highway 46 was once an important highway between Highway 7 and Bolsover.  In 1962, Highway 48 was extended easterly from Beaverton through Bolsover which replaced Highway 46 as the dominant through route.

Photos taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes View looking westerly from just west of the village of Oakwood.

Photo taken: April 18th, 2012.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view entering Oakwood.  Despite Oakwood's population being included on its sign, Oakwood was not its own municipality prior to the formation of the City of Kawartha Lakes in 2001.  Before the creation of the City of Kawartha Lakes, Oakwood was part of Mariposa Township.

Photo taken: April 18th, 2012.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Looking west through the town of Oakwood towards the signalized intersection with Eldon Road.

Photo taken: April 18th, 2012.


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City of Kawartha Lakes Highway 7 looking east from Oakwood.  Highway 7 had been newly resurfaced from Oakwood to just west of Lindsay at the time this Photo was taken.  This was a very large improvement over the pre-existing pavement.  Oakwood is located roughly 16km east of Highway 12.
Photo taken: April 18th, 2012.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Two views looking easterly along Highway 7 approaching the Kent Street intersection to the west of Lindsay.  Before the construction of the Lindsay By-pass in the 1950s, Highway 7 passed through Downtown Lindsay following Kent Street.  Today, Highway 7 (and 35) skirt to the west and south of Lindsay along the two lane access controlled Lindsay By-pass.

Photo taken: April 18th, 2012.

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Highway 35 departs Highway 7 along Kent Street bound for Fenelon Falls and Minden.  Click here for Highway 35-North images.
City of Kawartha Lakes Highway 7 looking west towards the western junction of Highway 35 on the Lindsay Bypass.  North of Highway 7, Highway 35 heads northwards towards Fenelon Falls and Minden.  Click here for the same view taken in August, 2004, and here for the same view taken in April, 2009.
Photo taken: April 18th, 2012.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Junction assembly for the western Highway 7/7B/35 junction.  At this junction, Highway 35 departs the Lindsay Bypass heading towards Lindsay before traffic must again turn to head further north.

Photo taken: August 8th, 2004.
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City of Kawartha Lakes Green signs in advance of the north Highway 7B/35 intersection.  Click here for the same view taken in April, 2009.

Photo taken: April 18th, 2012.


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City of Kawartha Lakes View looking westerly along Highway 7/35 about halfway between Victoria Road 4 and Kent Street.  Click here for a similar photograph taken in April, 2009.

Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view along Highway 7/35 across the former CN Railway overhead.

Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Two views looking beneath Highway 7/35 from the former railway.  This structure was completed in 1958 and was rehabilitated in 2012.

Photos taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Westerly view as Highway 7/35 nears the structure that carries the highway over the former alignment of CN's railway alignment between Lindsay and Toronto (via Uxbridge).  The railway was abandoned in 1991 and is now a rail trail.
Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes This view looks easterly along Highway 7/35 approaching the Kawartha Lakes Road 4 intersection.

Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Destination signage approaching the Highway 7/35 intersection along Kawartha Lakes Road 4.

Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Westerly view approaching the Kawartha Lakes Road 4 intersection.  Traffic signals were added to this intersection in 1982.  Angeline Street is one of Lindsay's principle north-south arterial streets.
Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view along Highway 7/35 from the Victoria Road 4 junction.

Photo taken: April 10th, 2009.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Looking south along the Lindsay By-pass across the Scugog River Bridge.  In 2010, the Scugog River Bridge was reconstructed and widened to support a four-lane cross-section.  Construction is tentatively scheduled to start in 2012 on a project that will see Highway 7 widened to four lanes along the Lindsay By-pass between County Road 4 and Highway 36.

Upper photo taken: August 8th, 2004.

Lower photos taken: August 19th, 2011.


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City of Kawartha Lakes Northerly view towards the Scugog River bridge.  The Scugog River Bridge was widened in 2010 to its current four lane cross-section.  The 1950s era bridge deck was completely replaced as part of this construction.
Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Two views of the northern side of the Scugog River bridge.  The Scugog River is a navigable waterway that links Lake Scugog to the Trent-Severn Waterway by way of a single lock in Lindsay.

Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Westbound reassurance markers along the Lindsay By-pass.

Photo taken: August 8th, 2004.

City of Kawartha Lakes  Westerly view along Highway 7/35 from just west of the Highway 35 junction.

Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes  Junction assembly for the eastern Highway 7/35 junction.

Photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.
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City of Kawartha Lakes Two views of the eastern Highway 7/35 junction.  Click here for an additional photo, similar to the lower photo, taken August, 2004.

Upper photo taken: September 11th, 2011.

Lower photo taken: August 23rd, 2013.

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Highway 7 meets Highway 35-South, Highway 7B and Highway 35B at this intersection.  Click here for Highway 35-South images, here for Highway 7B images, and here for Highway 35B images.
City of Kawartha Lakes Green sign for the former Highway 7B-East intersection.  The southern-most hundred metres of Highway 7B/35B was designated as Victoria Road (now Kawartha Lakes Road) 15.  This is dumb.  Aside from the short section of Kawartha Lakes Road 15, the rest of the highway is still fully signed.  Dumb.
Photo taken: April 10th, 2009.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Westbound junction assembly in advance of the Highway 35-South and Highway 7B intersection.

Photo taken: April 10th, 2009.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Green directional signs advising travelers of their options.  A lot of destinations can be reached from the Lindsay area.

Photo taken: April 10th, 2009.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view approaching the Highway 36 junction.  Highway 36 (now Kawartha Lakes Road 36) leads northerly to the small community of Bobcaygeon.  Bobcaygeon is primarily a tourist community, famously immortalized by the Tragically Hip.
Photo taken: April 10th, 2009.

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Highway 36 is a long highway running north from Highway 7 to Bobcaygeon, the easterly to Highway 28 at Burleigh Falls.  Click here for Highway 36 images.
City of Kawartha Lakes Westerly view along Highway 7 approaching the Highway 36 intersection.

Photo taken: April 10th, 2009.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Two views looking easterly towards Omemee from just west of the Mount Horeb Road intersection.  A short climbing lane extends in the westbound lane beyond the Mount Horeb Road intersection.

Photos taken: August 19th, 2011.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Highway 7 looking east from the eastern limits of Omemee.  East of Omemee to Fowlers Corners, Highway 7 climbs and descends several long hills as it passes through a drumlin field.

Photo taken: August 19th, 2011.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view along Highway 7 at the Emily Park Road intersection.

Photo taken: August 19th, 2011.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Reverse view, looking westerly towards the Emily Park Road intersection.  It is somewhat rare for an intersection between a provincial highway and a county road to have two turning channels as the Emily Park Road intersection has with Highway 7.
Photo taken: August 19th, 2011.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view along Highway 7 from the railway bridge that that spans the now abandoned CN railway tracks between Lindsay and Peterborough.  Several railway lines once extended in all directions from both Lindsay and Peterborough.  All of the railway lines have since been lifted from Lindsay.  Peterborough is still served by CP's Havelock Subdivision.
Photo taken: August 19th, 2011.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Easterly view between Omemee and Fowlers Corners as the highway descends a large hill into the Potash Creek valley.

Photo taken: September 11th, 2011.

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City of Kawartha Lakes Highway 7 looking east towards Fowlers Corners.  At Fowlers Corners Highway 7 East turns South (via the ramp shown in the Photo).  South of Fowlers Corners, Highway 7 follows the former alignment of Highway 133 on the Western Peterborough Bypass Road.  Continuing east from Fowlers Corners takes drivers on the former Highway 7B (now Peterborough Road 1) along the original Highway 7 alignment, and through the city of Peterborough.  Click here for the same view taken in October, 2004, before the passing lane was constructed.
Photo taken: September 9th, 2013.

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City of Kawartha Lakes  This view looks westerly along Highway 7 from the former Highway 7B (now Peterborough Road 1) junction at Fowlers Corners.  The pictured westbound passing lane was added during a 2005 construction project.
Photo taken: September 11th, 2011.

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City of Kawartha Lakes  Two easterly views at Fowlers Corners along Highway 7.  To continue easterly along Highway 7, traffic must follow the ramp to the right.  Straight ahead is Peterborough's former Highway 7B, now Peterborough County Road 1.

Photos taken: September 11th, 2011. 

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Kawartha Lakes / Smith-Ennismore-Lakefiled Boundary

Kawartha Lakes / Peterborough Boundary
Westerly view approaching the intersection at Fowlers Corners.  Westbound Highway 7 traffic must turn left to continue towards Lindsay.

Photo taken: September 11th, 2011. 

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Kawartha Lakes / Smith-Ennismore-Lakefiled Boundary

Kawartha Lakes / Peterborough Boundary
Easterly view (looking southerly on the compass) along Highway 7 as it departs Fowlers Corners along the western Peterborough By-pass.  The western Peterborough By-pass was formerly a standalone highway designated as Highway 133.
Photo taken: September 11th, 2011.

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Kawartha Lakes / Smith-Ennismore-Lakefiled Boundary

Kawartha Lakes / Peterborough Boundary
Easterly view  overtop of the Fowlers Corners overhead.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Kawartha Lakes / Smith-Ennismore-Lakefiled Boundary

Kawartha Lakes / Peterborough Boundary
View of both the eastern and western side of the Fowlers Corners overhead along Highway 7.  This overhead once carried Highway 7 traffic overtop of a CN Rail's mainline between Lindsay and Peterborough.  The CNR between Lindsay and Peterborough was abandoned in 1989.  Highway 7 crossed this railway twice between Lindsay and Peterborough.  The other structure was located just east of the Emily Park Road intersection east of Omemee.  That structure has since been replaced with an oversized culvert to continue to provide a grade separation between Highway 7 and the multi-use trail that has since replaced the railway.

Photos taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Kawartha Lakes / Smith-Ennismore-Lakefiled Boundary

Kawartha Lakes / Peterborough Boundary
This view looks westerly overtop of the Fowlers Corners overhead.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Kawartha Lakes / Smith-Ennismore-Lakefiled Boundary

Kawartha Lakes / Peterborough Boundary
This view looks easterly at the Emily Manor Road intersection, which is located just east of the Fowlers Corners overhead.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Kawartha Lakes / Smith-Ennismore-Lakefiled Boundary

Kawartha Lakes / Peterborough Boundary
View looking westerly (north on the compass) approaching the Parkhill Road intersection.  There are several signalized intersections along this section of Highway as the highway runs just to the west of the City of Peterborough.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Easterly view approaching the Sherbrooke Street intersection.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

View looking westerly at the Sherbrooke Street intersection. Sherbrooke Street is an important east-west arterial road within the city of Peterborough just to the east.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Immediately east of the Sherbrooke Street Street intersection, Highway 7 crosses Jackson Creek.  The Jackson Creek bridge deck is quite wide, suggesting that even in the 1950s (when this highway was commissioned) that this was an important road.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Consisting of not much more than a gas station and a restaurant, Fowlers Corners may be the most insignificant control city to be used on the entire provincial highway network.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.
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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Easterly view along Highway 7 approaching the Lansdowne Street intersection.  Lansdowne Street is one of the principle arterial roads through southern Peterborough.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

View looking westerly at the Lansdowne Street intersection.  For several decades, Lansdowne Street was a provincial highway at times carrying the Highway 7A and 28 designation.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2012.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Looking southerly along Highway 7 towards the Peterborough Road 15 junction at Scott's Corners.  Prior to 1998, Highway 7 followed Peterborough Road 15 easterly into Peterborough.  From 1998 to 2003, this intersection actually represented the eastern terminus of the central segment of Highway 7.  Since 2003, from this junction, Highway 7 continues southerly (along a former segment of Highway 7A) to meet Highway 115.
Photo taken: May 24th, 2006.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

January 1st, 1998 saw Highway 7 downloaded between the Highway 7A junction at Scott's Corners and the Highway 28/115 interchange.  This lone formerly 7 sign is the last reference to the now defunct section of Highway 7 southwest of Peterborough.  The old alignment now has two names, outside of the City of Peterborough it is known as Peterborough County Road 15, while inside the city limits the route is known as Sir Sandford Fleming Drive.
Photo taken: June 3rd, 2004.
Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Looking north along Highway 7 towards the Peterborough Road 15 intersection at Scott's Corners.  Before 2003, this portion of Highway 7 was designated as part of Highway 7A.  This intersection represented the northern (eastern) terminus of Highway 7A.  Highway 7A now ends 8km southwest of this junction at the western Highway 115 interchange.
Photo taken: May 24th, 2006.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Highway 7 looking south towards Springville and Highway 115 from just south of the Peterborough Road 15 intersection.

Photo taken: June 3rd, 2004.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Signage assembly along Highway 7 west of the Highway 115.  Before a 2003 renumbering, the leg of Highway 7 through Springville was included in Highway 7A's alignment.  Before 2003, Highway 7 followed Peterborough Road 15 to access Highway 115.

Photo taken: June 14th, 2012.
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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Looking southerly towards the Highway 115 interchange from just south of Springville.

Photo taken: May 24th, 2006.


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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Green sign denoting the southbound Highway 115 ramp.  Before 2003, southbound Highway 7A traffic was also directed to use this ramp.  At this point, Highway 7A's cardinal direction changed from North-South to East-West.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Green sign denoting the ramp to the northbound 115.  Highway 7 also turns left at this ramp as it follows the expressway to the eastern end of the 115.  Notice, as is typical in Ontario, no Trans-Canada Highway signage has been erected to guide TCH traffic through this junction.
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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

View of Highway 7 looking south under the Highway 115 underpass.  Straight ahead, the former Highway 28 carries traffic southerly to Port Hope.  Unfortunately, no signs have been erected at this junction denoting Highway 28.

Photo taken: June 20th, 2006.
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Highway 7 meets Highway 115 and Highway 28 at an interchange southwest of Peterborough.  Click here for Highway 28 images and here for Highway 115 images.
Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Turn-off signage for the Highway 7/28 interchange.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2013.
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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Westbound advanced signage for the Highway 7/28 interchange.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2013.
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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Advanced signage for the north/east-bound off-ramp to Airport Road.

Photo taken: October 3rd, 2013.
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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Turn-off signage at the north/east-bound ramp to Airport Road.

Photo taken: October 3rd, 2013.
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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

This Photo shows Highway 7/115 looking south/west bound from the Airport Road overpass.  Airport Road is the only standard 'Parclo A4' interchange to be located along Highway 115; this is notable as the Parclo A4 is by far Ontario's most common interchange design.

Photo taken:  June 20th, 2006.

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Township of Cavan- Millbrook- North Monaghan

County of Peterborough

Looking northeast towards Peterborough along Highway 7/115 from the Airport Road interchange.  Peterborough's southwest city limit is located just northeast of Airport Road.

Photo taken: June 20th, 2006.

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City of Peterborough City limits signage for the city of Peterborough.

Photo taken: July 19th, 2013. 
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City of Peterborough Easterly view along Highway 7/115 from the Parkway interchange.  The high level Otonabee River bridges are visible in the distance of this photo.

Photo taken: June 14th, 2013.

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City of Peterborough Westbound signage approaching the Sir Sandford Fleming Drive and Parkway interchanges.  Before 1998, Highway 7 exited the divided highway and followed today's Sir Sandford Fleming Drive alignment.  Highway 28 was signed through Peterborough following the Parkway, and continued concurrent with Highway 115 south of this interchange.
Photo taken: September 9th, 2013. 
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City of Peterborough Advanced signage for the Sir Sandford Fleming Drive and Parkway interchanges.

Photo taken: September 9th, 2013. 
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City of Peterborough  Easterly view beneath the Otonabee River bridges.  The right hand structure (today's eastbound lanes) was completed during the mid-1950s.  The left hand structure (today's westbound lanes) was later added during a twinning project in the early 1980s.

Photo taken: July 19th, 2013.

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City of Peterborough View looking northerly towards the Otonabee River bridges.  Steel bridge designs advanced considerably during the 30 years between the construction of the eastbound structure and newer structure.

Photo taken: July 19th, 2013.

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City of Peterborough  Westerly view along Highway 7/115 from the Ashburnham Road overpass.

Photo taken: July 3rd, 2011.


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City of Peterborough  Easterly view from the Ashburnham Road overpass.  Immediately east of the Ashburnham Road overpass, Highway 7/115 crosses overtop of a railway spur that is formerly the mainline of a railway that stretched easterly from Peterborough to Belleville.
Photo taken: July 3rd, 2011.

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City of Peterborough  Easterly view approaching the end of the Highway 7 freeway, and the end of Highway 115.

Photo taken: July 3rd, 2011.
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City of Peterborough  Highway 7 exits to the right at this final intersection along Highway 115.  Lansdowne Street is the former alignment of Peterborough's Highway 7B.

Photo taken: July 3rd, 2011.
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