History of King's Highway 43B:
King's Highway 43B was a short business route that was created in 1963 when a new alignment of Highway 43 was built to bypass two at-grade railway crossings in Chesterville. The Highway 43B business loop followed Smith Road and Main Street. The highway was decommissioned in 1969. In 1974, a new bypass was built around Chesterville. It is believed that the old route of Highway 43 along Main Street became Highway 43B once again in 1974, but this has not yet been confirmed.
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