Historic Intersections of Mississauga


We have all done it: waited. Waiting at intersections, stuck in traffic, waiting for the lights to change or traffic to move. Caught up in the wait, we perhaps can be forgiven if we do not realize our physical connections to the past. Layers in time. People have travelled our roads and crossed our intersections for generations. Many of our routes of travel are over 200 years old.

Britannia - Hurontario looking south at Britannia Road, c1905


Burnhamthorpe - Dixie Road looking south at Burnhamthorpe Road, c1900


Clarkson - Clarkson Road looking South at railway crossing, c1900


Cooksville - British America Gas Station and relocated General Store, SE Corner 1936

Cooksville - Dundas Street looking east at Hurontario Street, c1900


Cooksville - Four Corners, c1940


Cooksville - Four Corners, Dundas Street looking east, c1910


Cooksville - Intersection of Hurontario Street and Dundas Street, 1912


Derry West - Derry Road looking east at Hurontario Street, c1900


Erindale - Dundas Street looking east at Mississauga Road, c1900


Port Credit - Lakeshore Road looking east at Stavebank Road, c1925


Sheridan - Town Line, now Winston Churchill Blvd, looking north at Middle Road, now QEW, c1900


Streetsville - Queen Street looking south at Main Street, c1910


All images are courtesy of Heritage Mississauga.

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