History of King's Highway 41B:
King's Highway 41B was a short business route that passed through Pembroke. The route may ultimately prove to be Ontario's shortest posted King's Highway. Department of Highways distance tables from the 1960s indicate that Highway 41B had a length of 0.8 miles (1.3 km). While Highway 28A was technically shorter than Highway 41B, it is not known if Highway 28A was ever actually a signed route. Highway 41B followed Eganville Road and Christie Street from Highway 41 (now known as Boundary Road) to Pembroke Street West (Highway 17 & Highway 62). The Highway 41B business route was decommissioned at some point during the mid-1970s. The exact dates of this route's existence is not currently known. Any additional information regarding this highway would definitely be appreciated.
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