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In my mind, the main entrance was on the side facing Weber.  Am I wrong?  We didn't actually go there very often when I was a youngster, as we did not have a car.
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(9 hours ago)clasher Wrote: King Street used to run where the expressway(highway 8) is now, that's why there's that little stub of King Street E with the dead-end on the map, and why King Street turns into Weber at that point.

This is helpful for orientation, although the old side slightly predates HiWay.
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I really only recall its interior, to be honest.
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(9 hours ago)clasher Wrote: King Street used to run where the expressway(highway 8) is now, that's why there's that little stub of King Street E with the dead-end on the map, and why King Street turns into Weber at that point.

And before the expressway widening a few years ago the stub was much longer — I believe it extended from the little bit that is still there all the way up to the ramp at the interchange. And at one time the point where King becomes Weber was actually a third intersection of King and Weber.
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(7 hours ago)ijmorlan Wrote:
(9 hours ago)clasher Wrote: King Street used to run where the expressway(highway 8) is now, that's why there's that little stub of King Street E with the dead-end on the map, and why King Street turns into Weber at that point.

And before the expressway widening a few years ago the stub was much longer — I believe it extended from the little bit that is still there all the way up to the ramp at the interchange. And at one time the point where King becomes Weber was actually a third intersection of King and Weber.

That's three times so here I am!
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