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Ontario #7 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #12 & Highway #7 Trans Canada Highway's
NOTE: For highway travel via The Trans Canada Highway #12 See Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Trans Canada #12 Highway ( The Georgian Bay Route ) Highway #400; South to Orillia, Ontario, Whitby, Ontario, for driving directions

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Junction of Highway #12 & Highway #7 Trans Canada Highway's
East to town of Lindsay,Ontario, (city of Kawartha Lakes). city of Peterborough, Ontario, city of Ottawa, Ontario. South to town of Whitby, Ontario, North to city of Orillia, Ontario.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Beaver River.
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Junction of Highway #2 regional
Community of Manilla, Ontario. South to city of Oshawa, Ontario 45km's. North to community of Woodville, Ontario. Attractions in and around Oshawa, Ontario: - Attractions in and around Oshawa, Ontario: The Canadian Automotive Museum, Oshawa: Features over 70 vehicles displayed in an authentic 1920s car dealership, also displayed are bicycles, tools, musical instruments, radios, televisions, graphics, photos, etc., relating to the periods of the cars are used throughout the building. - The Canadian Aviation Expo: Canada's largest Aviation Trade Show and Fly-in. - Oshawa Community Museum and Archives: Features; local history through the interpretation of three restored buildings showing the lifestyles of Oshawas early settlers. - The Ontario Regiment RCAC Museum; Canada's largest collection of operational military vehicles, tours are available. - Parkwood, a National Historic Site, was home to auto baron R. Samuel McLaughlin.
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Junction of Highway #46 regional (Victoria Road)
North to community of Woodville, Ontario
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Junction of Highway #6 regional (Eldon Road)
Community of Oakwood, Ontario. South to community of Little Britain, Ontario, established in 1834.
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Community of Taylor Corners, Ontario
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #18 regional
North to community of Cambray, Ontario.
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Junction of Highway #35 (Kent Street West)
East to Town of Lindsay 2.7 km's, all services. Note highway #35 overlaps highway #7. Attractions in Lindsay, Ontario: Attraction sin and around Lindsay, ON. - Victoria County Historical Society & Museum; Features Lindsay and area's history. - Trent Severn Waterway.
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Junction of Highway 7B & 35b

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Junction of Highway #35 (Lindsay Street S.) - Photo Downtown Lindsay, Ontario
North to Downtown Lindsay. Note highway #35 overlaps highway #7 from this point west.On January 1st, 2001, the Town of Lindsay, Ontario, joined with the other municipalities of Victoria County to form the City of Kawartha Lakes, Ontario.
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Photo - Looking at The Trent Severn Waterway System.
Waterpark portion of The Trent Severn Waterway System.
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Junction of Highway #36 regional
North to Pleasant Point
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Community of Reaboro, Ontario
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #7 regional
Community of Omemee, Ontario. North to Downeyville, Ontario.
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Junction of Highway #10regional
North to Emily Provincial Park. Camping 299 sites,150 with elec. showers, flush toilets. To see the osprey nest at this recreational park near Peterborough, walk along the elevated boardwalk over a cattail marsh to a lookout tower. You can also swim at two sandy beaches along Pigeon River.
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Junction of Highway #26 regional
Community of Fowlers Corner, Ontario
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Junction of Highway #9 regional
East to city of Peterborough, Ontario. West to community of Mount Pleasant, Ontario.
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Junction of Highway #15 regional
East to city of Peterborough, Ontario.
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Photo
View from highway
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Community of Springville, Ontario
Services at highway
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Junction of Highway #115 - Peterborough, Ontario
East to Peterborough, Ontario. West to Toronto, Ontario. The city of Peterborough is located on the Otonabee River. - Attractions in Peterborough, Ontario: Peterborough Centennial Museum and Archives, featuring the history of Peterborough, and area. The museum has over 25,000 articles that are periodically displayed. - Hutchison House Museum, tours and events of the 1837 period. - Lang Pioneer Village, located east of Peterborough, featuring a pioneer village with buildings showing the way of life in the 1800s, the village has gardens and farm animals. - The Trent-Severn Waterway Canadian National Historic Site.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Otonabee River(The Trent Severn Waterway System). The Trent-Severn Waterway is a Canadian National Historic Site canal system. The waterway is 386 km, in length, starting at Trenton, Ontario, continuing with roughly 32 km of man-made channels. The cannel system has 44 locks, 36 conventional locks, two sets of flight locks, with hydraulic lift locks at Peterborough and Kirkfield, Ontario. The canel system also has 39 swing bridges and 160 dams and structures that manage the water levels used for flood control.
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Junction of Highway #21 regional
North to Downtown Peterborough. South to community of Stewart Hall. East to City of Ottawa. West to City of Toronto Access to Peterborough, Ontario - Access to the Trent-Severn Waterway, a National Historic Site of Canada. The photo is of lock 21, One of only two hydraulic lift locks on the Trent-Severn Waterway, Lock 21 is the highest hydraulic lift lock in the world. There is a Visitor Centre. From the center, one can view the operation of the lift lock the visitor center has public washrooms, exhibits and films.
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Photo of The Peterborough Lift Lock.
Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide, for continuance of this highway, see Milebymile.com Section #2 - Highway GuideCity of Peterborough, Ontario to Town of Perth, Ontario, for driving directions -e