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So here is a VERY RARE VINTAGE ORIGINAL THE KINGS HIGWAY ROUTE 69 SIGN unique crown shaped. Metal sign is in aged used condition see pics measuring roughly 18 by 29. YES I will ship or local pickup is avail.
Ontario Highway 69
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Maintained by The Ministry of Transportation of Ontario
Length: 162 km (101 mi)
Existed: August 5, 1936 – present
South end: Highway 400 near Carling (north of exit 241)
North end: Highway 17 in Sudbury
Ontario provincial highways
← Highway 67 Highway 71 →
← Highway 68 Highway 70 →
King's Highway 69, commonly referred to as Highway 69, is a major north–south highway in the central portion of the Canadian province of Ontario, linking Highway 400north of Parry Sound with the city of Greater Sudbury at Highway 17.
From its northerly terminus at Sudbury, the highway follows a wide urban arterial route for several kilometres before widening into a full freeway south of Crown Ridge. As of July 2016 this freeway segment extends south 49 km to a point 5 km north of the French River. From there, the route narrows to a two-lane highway to its southerly terminus, located three kilometres north of Highway 559 at Carling. At this terminus, the roadway widens back into a freeway and changes its designation to Highway 400. South of this point, various former alignments of Highway 69 remain in use as parts of Highway 400 or as county or local roads. The highway forms part of the Georgian Bay Route of the Trans-Canada Highway, which continues south along Highway 400.