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Old Posted Dec 19, 2017, 6:59 AM
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Originally Posted by YWG-RO View Post
When built Bishop Grandin was 2 lanes east of the Seine. There was a zig zag in and out for the traffic lights. I think it became 4 lanes in the late 80s, around 10 years after original construction. Likewise, 59 south of Bishop Grandin was 2 lanes well into the 90s. Not that hard to believe really.
Yes east of the Seine. And back then there was basically just farmers fields east of the seine. But between st Anne’s and Pembina was always full of houses and 4 lanes.
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