Kings Highway No2 River's Edge, Woodlands, Ontario

Kings Highway No. 2 River's Edge | N 44.59.02 W 74.59.04 | Woodlands, Ontario, Canada




The remains of Kings Highway No 2, once the main route connecting Toronto and Kingston with Montreal; the highway’s bitumen is still intact almost 60 years since last carrying cars, buses and trucks. Before the area along the river between Farran’s Point and Dickinson’s Landing was razed and flooded it was known for its cottages and tourist amenities. If one looks closely one can see immense carp swimming in the seaweed along the sides of the old road. These attract sport fisherman from around the world.


Kings Highway No2 River's Edge, Woodlands, Ontario

Kings Highway No. 2 River's Edge | N 44.59.02 W 74.59.04 | Woodlands, Ontario, Canada




The remains of Kings Highway No 2, once the main route connecting Toronto and Kingston with Montreal; the highway’s bitumen is still intact almost 60 years since last carrying cars, buses and trucks. Before the area along the river between Farran’s Point and Dickinson’s Landing was razed and flooded it was known for its cottages and tourist amenities. If one looks closely one can see immense carp swimming in the seaweed along the sides of the old road. These attract sport fisherman from around the world.