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Town of Innisfil Welcome Sign at Highway 400 and 89

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Photo of the town of Innisfil Welcome Sign at Highway 400 and 89
Photo of the town of Innisfil Welcome Sign at Highway 400 and 89

General Attributes (Click an attribute to find more related items)

Photo Year:2011

Location Attributes (Click on location to find more related items)

City:Innisfil
Country:Canada
Road:County Road 89
Road:Highway 400
State/Province:Ontario
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Thornton Ontario Welcome Sign along highway 27 north approaching the village(hamlet).

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Welcome sign for Dorset Ontario, along Highway 35 heading south.
Dorset Ontario Welcome Sign along Highway 35

Welcome sign for Dorset Ontario, along Highway 35 heading south.

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Town of Huntsville Welcome Sign travelling along Highway 11 North.

Photo Attributes:Huntsville, Canada, Muskoka, 2011, Highway 11, Ontario,
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Bracebridge Welcome Sign as exiting Highway 11 North at the exit for Road 118.
Bracebridge Welcome Sign - Highway 11 North at 118

Bracebridge Welcome Sign as exiting Highway 11 North at the exit for Road 118.

Photo Attributes:Bracebridge, Canada, Muskoka, 2011, Highway 11, Ontario,
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Welcome sign for Bracebridge Ontario.  Taken on Taylor Road after exiting highway 11.
Bracebridge Welcome Sign - Taylor Road

Welcome sign for Bracebridge Ontario. Taken on Taylor Road after exiting highway 11.

Photo Attributes:Bracebridge, Canada, Muskoka, 2011, Taylor Road, Ontario,
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Community of Stroud welcome sign, along highway 11.  Stroud is a community in Innisfil Ontario.
Community of Stroud welcome sign. North on highway 11.

Community of Stroud welcome sign, along highway 11. Stroud is a community in Innisfil Ontario.

Photo Attributes:Stroud, Innisfil, Canada, Simcoe County, Innisfil, 2011, Highway 11, Ontario,
In these galleries:City Entrance Signs, Signs


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Related Links

2011 Links:The year 2011 at Wikipedia
from site: 2011 (MMXI) was a common year that started on a Saturday in the Gregorian calendar. It was the 2011th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations; the 11th year of the 3rd millennium and of the 21st century; and the 2nd of the 2010s.
Canada Links:Canada - Wikipedia
Government of Canada Site
Official web site for the Government of Canada.
Innisfil Links:Innisfil Wikipedia
from site: The history of Innisfil spans a period in excess of 170 years. The Town was hewn from almost unbroken virgin forests which had been home to the Huron Indians, and was first surveyed in 1820. The area encompassed 68,653 acres (278 kmĀ²), including the villages of Allandale, Tollendal, Painswick, Minets Point, and Holly at the time.
Town of Innisfil Web Site
Ontario Links:Government of Ontario, Canada
Official Governtment site for the province of Ontario.

Photo Data

Make:NIKON
Model:COOLPIX P6000
DateTime:2011:05:12 22:54:24
Exposure Time:1/240
F:45/10
ISO:64
DateTimeDigitized :2011:02:01 16:35:18
DateTimeOriginal :2011:02:01 16:35:18
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