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Old railroad overpass on the Québec City Autoroute 540, looking east before Chemin Sainte-Foy. There's no Autoroute 940, so why duplicate Montréal's numbering? (Same goes for the two A-440s, when there's 840 open.) The point's now moot because the western 540 became part of A-30.

May 28, 2011 Montréal Road Meet

A-5
A-10
A-410
A-610
A-13
A-15
A-19
A-20
A-720
A-25
A-30
A-530
A-31
A-35
A-40
A-440 (eastern)
A-640
A-50
A-55
A-955
A-73

Alexandra Bridge, Gatineau
Rue Montcalm, Gatineau
Chemin Ste-Hyacinthe, Montebello
Montréal
Boulevard Newman, Montréal
Rue de la Pointe-aux-Lièvres, Québec City
Saguenay
St-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Chemin Malo, Thurso

Covered bridges
QC 105
QC 112 and Pont Victoria
QC 117
QC 132
Old QC 132, Châteauguay-Kahnawake
QC 133
QC 134 and Pont Jacques-Cartier
QC 138 and Pont Honoré-Mercier
QC 148
Old QC 148, Gatineau
QC 153
QC 170
QC 173
QC 175
Old QC 185, Rivière-du-Loup
QC 201
QC 202
QC 205
QC 221
QC 223
QC 227
QC 235
QC 236
QC 301
QC 307
QC 317
QC 321
QC 323
QC 335
QC 338
QC 344
QC 366
QC 372

Ugly new shields in Val-Bélair, which just became part of Québec City in 2002 and thus needed to replace whatever was old and good to celebrate.


Two signs from my personal collection, including the original black on white shield in wood. This one was apparently never mounted, as there were no holes (note strategically placed support nail at the bottom), and is coated with a rudimentary reflective paint, so it must have been created fairly close to when Québec switched to the white on green shields (a couple of years before the renumbering that led to the current 3-digit system). Route 13 was one of the long ones, starting north of Richford, VT as what is now QC 139 and crossing the St. Lawrence as what is now QC 155 (and Autoroute 55).

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