The Queen Elizabeth Way is a highway that runs from the western boundary of Toronto to Niagara and ends at the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie (the bridge to USA)
The road runs in a east-west direction from Toronto to the centre of Burlington, then has a sudden left turn towards Niagara.
I have been intrigued by the changes in the signage. They were always blue on yellow with the trailblazers (the ones that say 'to') being yellow on blue. However, now it seems some are white on blue. For obvious reasons, I could not get a photo of the blue on yellow.
I like the symbolism on this signage,and the colours, whichever one they choose to post, but of course the yellow stands out better and looks very sunny!
Very cool signs with the crown. I don't remember seeing any that cool here.
A quick mind to snap those signs.
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we rode the QEW last year from Niagara Falls to Toronto!
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I prefer blue on yellow ! you see it far better.
I've never seen the yellow and blue signs. But they do seem more visible to me than the white and blue. Too bad they changed. :(
great take on Q. i like the blue on yellow sign...but i don't think it's a universal color for signs, right?:p
I wonder who gets paid what to change colors on signs?
Great choice for our Q week! :D
I love the idea of driving on something called the QEW
sounds so regal
I wish it felt regal to drive on the QEW :)
Nice collection of signs. Do you often take photos of highway signs?
«Louis» has always been intrigued with road signs, so he enjoyed this post!
That's quite interesting. Thanks for showing these.
Your signs brought back memories when I used take my family on outings to Niagara Falls.
Loved seeing the crown on the signs. So nice a touch. I, too, am wondering about why the white background a lll of a sudden. You will have to let us all l know when you learn the answer. genie
I guess you could have driven backwards.
The Pickering bridge is open but not completed. People are using it and there are elevators at each end.
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