History of King's Highway 134 (#1):
The first King's Highway 134 was somewhat of an anomaly. The actual existence of this highway has not yet been confirmed. Some road maps issued in the latter part of 1957 identify the newly-designated highway running from Eganville to Pembroke as Highway 134. It is not clear whether or not this route was ever signed as Highway 134, or whether this was simply a cartographic error. If the former situation is true, then the decision to not number this route as Highway 134 apparently came about rather quickly. The Department of Highways' Official Road Map for 1958 indicates this new route as Highway 41, and not Highway 134. Other Department of Highways' documents from the period suggest that this route was always known as Highway 41; there is no mention of a route numbered Highway 134 between Eganville and Pembroke. If anyone can shed some light about the mysterious route numbering history of this highway in 1957-1958, it would be greatly appreciated. Another, unrelated Highway 134 existed near Peterborough between 1975 and 2003.
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