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|Berthierville, Quebec A scene near Berthierville, in the Quebec
countryside on the Berthier River close to the St. Lawrence, showing a new bridge and, at the far
right, a typical habitant out-door bread oven.
|Road to York End of barracks and the road to York, Upper
Canada, c. 1803. By Sempronius Stretton (1781-1842).
|Fort Erie Road The road to Fort Erie beyond Niagara, around
|Danforth Road The Danforth Road, for York towards Kingston,
began through a contract with road-builder Asa Danforth.
|Ice Bridge An ice bridge over the St. Lawrence River at Quebec,
1831, invited many popular activities. Etching and aquatint with watercolour by James Pattison
|Halifax Road Road in Halifax, Nova Scotia, c. 1840.
|Kingston Road Making a road between Kingston and York,
Upper Canada, c. 1830. Watercolour by James P. Cockburn (1779-1847).
|Corduroy Road Corduroy road in Northern Ontario.
|Dawson Road The Dawson Road, 1870, in Northwestern
Ontario, and named after Samuel James Dawson, the civil engineer who design the road which
linked existing waterways.
|Fraser Valley Road The road in Fraser Valley, c.
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