Ontario Highway 6

Ontario Highway 6

King's Highway 6, also known as Highway 6, is a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario. It crosses a distance of 480 km (300 mi) between Port Dover on the north shore of Lake Erie and Espanola on the northern shore of Lake Huron, ending at the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 17) in McKerrow.

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Ontario Highway 6 - History
... Planning for the original section of what would become Highway 6 began in 1837, when Charles Rankin was hired to survey a line between Guelph and a new town site on the southern ... From its official opening in 1920 until March 31, 1997, Highway 6's southern terminus was the Highway 24 junction just west of Port Dover ... On April 1, 1997, the Ontario government downloaded many highways in the province, among which was the portion of Highway 6 from the Highway 24 junction to St ...

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