It also reflects the compensation paid by the booking site.Hotel Thrift Lodge Petawa Petawawa Property Location With a stay at Petawawa River Inn and Suites in Petawawa, you\'ll be convenient to CFB Petawawa Military Museums and Petawawa Terrace Provincial Park.Note the stack of cedar delineator posts on the right-hand side of the road, waiting to be installed. (Photo © Archives of Ontario - Series RG-14-162-2-27, Box B984, Photo #2623S) - Postcard view of Hwy 17 at the Port Arthur Welcome Arch in 1939.On the left-hand side of the road is an early distance assurance sign mounted on a pole, indicating that it is 70 miles to Dryden from this point. Welcome arches such as this were a common sight at the entrances to many Northern Ontario towns up until the 1960s and 1970s.The ridge proved to be one of the greatest obstacles in building the North Shore Highway (now Hwy 17) in the 1930s.
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The old Cavers Hill alignment seen here now sits abandoned and overgrown in a forest a short distance away from the present Hwy 17. - Official opening ceremony at the Nipigon River Bridge on Hwy 17 in 1937.
The completion of the Nipigon River Bridge was one of the most widely anticipated highway construction projects in Northwestern Ontario's history.
The new bridge united the North Shore Highway between Lake Helen and Schreiber with the rest of the Trans Canada Highway (Hwy 17) which ran from Nipigon westerly to Port Arthur. (Photo courtesy of The Camera Shop, Port Arthur) - The new Keewatin Narrows Bridge on Hwy 17 west of Kenora, shown shortly after completion in 1938.
Prior to the completion of the Nipigon River Bridge, automobiles had to be transported by rail or by boat between the two discontinuous highways. This structure is one of the longest bridges on Hwy 17.Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment.