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This page contains historical photos of Ontario's King's Highway 400 dating from 1960 to 1969. All photographs displayed on this page were taken by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, unless specifically noted otherwise. Historical photographs are arranged in approximate chronological order. Click on any thumbnail to see a larger image!

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Page 2: Historical King's Highway 400 Photographs (1960 to 1969)


HWY 400 #287             HWY 400 #288

Left - Facing south along Hwy 400 at the Craighurst Canadian Pacific Railway Overhead. When the Hwy 400 Coldwater Extension was completed north of Barrie in 1959, it was constructed as an undivided two-lane highway with provisions that it could be expanded to four lanes in the future. In 1979, a second structure was built at right to carry the new southbound lanes of the highway, while the original 1959 structure seen here was converted so that it carried northbound traffic only. No matter how many times I look at this historic photo, I still have trouble believing that this two-lane road is actually Hwy 400 - but it is! The pavement markings showing the restricted and permissive passing zones just look so strange on a 400-Series Highway. Photo taken in June, 1961. See an Enlarged Photo Here.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)

Right - Western side of the Craighurst Canadian Pacific Railway Overhead on Hwy 400 north of Barrie. For years, this structure was a single bridge carrying both northbound and southbound traffic. When this two-lane section of Hwy 400 was twinned in 1979, a new twin structure was built in the foreground to carry the new southbound lanes of the highway. Photo taken in June, 1961. See an Enlarged Photo Here.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)





HWY 400 #82

Above - Construction of the Steeles Avenue Overpass on Hwy 400 in Toronto (1961).
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 1961)





HWY 400 #289             HWY 400 #290

Left - Approaching the original northern terminus of the Hwy 400 Extension at the Hwy 12 Junction near Coldwater. The original northern terminus of Hwy 400 shown here was bypassed in the late 1970s, when Hwy 400 was extended to Waubaushene on a new alignment to the west of Fesserton. This section of Old Hwy 400 is now an unposted 7000-series highway (Hwy 7174) signed as "Lower Big Chute Road". Photo taken in September, 1961. See an Enlarged Photo Here.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)

Right - Coldwater River Bridge on the Hwy 400 Extension, located just south of the Hwy 12 Junction near Coldwater (September, 1961).
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)





HWY 400 #183             HWY 400 #184

Left - Facing north along Hwy 400 towards Barrie at the Hwy 88 Interchange near Bradford. Photo taken in May, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2010)

Right - Hwy 88 Interchange on Hwy 400 near Bradford, facing west towards Bond Head. Photo taken in May, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2010)





HWY 400 #182             HWY 400 #181

Left - Facing west across the Cookstown Road (today's Hwy 89) Overpass in Innisfil Township. Photo taken in May, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2010)

Right - Cookstown Road (today's Hwy 89) Overpass on Hwy 400 in Innisfil Township in 1962, facing northwest. The Cookstown Service Centre, with its original British-American (B-A) Station sign, is visible on the far side of the interchange. The Cookstown Service Centre sold B-A gasoline products from its opening in 1954 until 1968, when the station was taken over by Gulf Canada. The station was acquired by Petro-Canada in 1985 and has operated under that company's name ever since. As part of Ontario's recent Service Centre modernization program, the Cookstown Service Centre was closed permanently in February, 2013. Photo taken in May, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2010)





HWY 400 #499             HWY 400 #498

NEW Left - Churchill Side Road (Innisfil Line 4) Overpass on Hwy 400, about 10 miles south of Barrie in 1962. This photo shows the original four-lane cross section of Hwy 400 before the highway was widned to six lanes in the early 1970s. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Facing east across the Churchill Side Road (Innisfil Line 4) Overpass on Hwy 400 south of Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #500             HWY 400 #482

NEW Left - Innisfil Line 6 Underpass on Hwy 400, about 9 miles south of Barrie in 1962. This photo shows the original 1951 Underpass at 6th Line before the old concrete bar-and-post handrails were removed. The concrete bar-and-post handrail system was used extensively on many new bridges along the Toronto-Barrie Highway, in response to post-war shortages of steel. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Thornton Road Underpass (today's Innisfil Beach Road) on Hwy 400 south of Barrie. Constructed in 1949, the Thornton Road Interchange was one of the original interchanges along the Toronto-Barrie Highway. The Thornton Road Interchange was initially a modified eight-ramp cloverleaf, but it was later reconfigured to remove the weaving section between the inner loop ramps on the freeway. The ramps at this interchange are in a "Parclo A-4" configuration today. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #483             HWY 400 #487

NEW Left - New Thornton Canadian National Railway (CNR) Overhead, located about 6 miles south of Barrie. This railway grade separation was built in 1960, many years after the Toronto-Barrie Highway (Hwy 400) first opened to traffic in the early 1950s. Up until the completion of this structure, Hwy 400 crossed this railway at an at-grade crossing. Although relatively uncommon, a small number of at-grade railway crossings existed along Ontario's early 400-Series Highways. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Facing east across the Stroud Side Road (today's McKay Road) Overpass on Hwy 400 south of Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #486             HWY 400 #481

NEW Left - Facing south towards the Stroud Side Road (today's McKay Road) Overpass on Hwy 400, about 4 miles south of Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Holly Side Road (today's Mapleview Drive) Underpass on Hwy 400 south of Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #295             HWY 400 #479

Left - Allandale Canadian National Railway Overhead on Hwy 400 in Barrie. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)

NEW Right - Eastern side of the Tiffin Street (Old Hwy 90) Underpass on Hwy 400 in Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #478             HWY 400 #480

NEW Left - Tiffin Street (Old Hwy 90) Underpass on Hwy 400 in Barrie in 1962. When Hwy 90 was first established in 1937, the highway entered Barrie on Tiffin Street. A new interchange was built at nearby Elizabeth Street (today's Dunlop Street) in 1954-1955, and Hwy 90 was subsequently rerouted onto Elizabeth Street in 1959. At the time this photo was taken, the Hwy 400 Underpass on Tiffin Street marked the western limits of the City of Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Facing north along Hwy 400 from the Tiffin Street (Old Hwy 90) Underpass in Barrie in 1962. This photo may surprise people who use Hwy 400 regularly - this area of Barrie was predominatly rural until the 1970s. Note the sign in the background, which reads "JUNCTION 90" - an indication of the upcoming interchange with Hwy 90 at Dunlop Street. An Ontario Tourism & Travel Centre was built along the northbound lanes of Hwy 400 between Tiffin Street and Hwy 90 shortly after this photo was taken. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #485             HWY 400 #484

NEW Left - Anne Street Overpass on Hwy 400 in Barrie, facing north. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Facing south along Hwy 400 towards the Anne Street Overpass in Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #476             HWY 400 #475

NEW Left - Facing south along Hwy 400 approaching the Sunnidale Road Overpass in Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Sunnidale Road Overpass on Hwy 400 in Barrie, facing east. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #472             HWY 400 #473

NEW Left - Facing south along Bayfield Street (Hwy 26 & Hwy 27) at the Hwy 400 Interchange in Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Bayfield Street (Hwy 26 & Hwy 27) Overpass at the Hwy 400 Interchange in Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #477             HWY 400 #286

NEW Left - Duckworth Street Underpass on Hwy 400 in Barrie in 1962. At the time this photo was taken, Duckworth Street was a dead-end gravel-surfaced road which ended at nearby Little Lake. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

Right - Hwy 400 at the Willow Creek Bridge near Barrie, facing north towards the Hwy 400 Extension Overpass near Crown Hill. Note the overhead "butterfly" style sign in the background, marking the Hwy 400 and Hwy 11 split at this interchange. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 30, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)





HWY 400 #300             HWY 400 #299

Left - Crossing the Richvale Side Road Overpass (today's Rutherford Road) on Hwy 400 in Vaughan Township in 1962. When Hwy 400 was first built in the late 1940s and early 1950s, there was no interchange at Rutherford Road. In fact, this narrow rural road wasn't even paved until construction began on the new Canada's Wonderland Amusement Park in 1979. A partial interchange was built on Hwy 400 at Rutherford Road to service Canada's Wonderland, which opened its gates to the public for the first time in May, 1981. In response to growing development in the area, the Rutherford Road Interchange was completely rebuilt in 1992-1993. The original 1950 Rutherford Road Overpass was demolished in 1994. Today, Rutherford Road is a major six-lane urban arterial street, which looks nothing like this vintage photograph. Photo taken on May 31, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)

Right - Richvale Side Road Overpass (Rutherford Road) on Hwy 400 in Vaughan Township (May 31, 1962).
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)





HWY 400 #278             HWY 400 #279

Left - King Township Side Road 35 Overpass on Hwy 400 near Newmarket in 1962. Several years after this photo was taken, this township road was assumed by the province as a new King's Highway. In the late 1960s, this road was incorporated into an extension of Hwy 9 from Schomberg to Newmarket. The Hwy 9 extension to Newmarket was completed and opened to traffic in 1969, along with a new interchange at Hwy 400. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 31, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2012)

Right - Facing east towards Newmarket at the King Township Side Road 35 Overpass on Hwy 400 in 1962. This road ultimately became Hwy 9 in the late 1960s, when a new King's Highway was built connecting Schomberg and Newmarket. It may seem hard to believe, but this tiny road is now a busy four-lane arterial highway! Compare this 1962 photo to this Present Day Photo of the same location. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 31, 1962.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2012)





HWY 400 #137

Above - Facing south along Hwy 400 from the Dunlop Street (Hwy 90) Overpass in Barrie in 1963. Compare the 1963 photo of Hwy 400 shown above with this Present Day Photo, which I took from the Hwy 90 Overpass in 2007. See an Enlarged Photo Here.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 1963)





HWY 400 #489             HWY 400 #488

NEW Left - Duckworth Street Underpass on Hwy 400 in Barrie in 1964. This underpass was built in 1951, in order to provide access to a number of properties on nearby Little Lake. This small community would have otherwise been cut off by the construction of the new Barrie Bypass (Hwy 400). Note the early warning sign at right, which reads "Not a Through Road". Over the years, less-wordy sign messages were introduced to mark roads which had no outlet, including the "No Exit" sign which is in use today. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken in March, 1964.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Facing north along Hwy 400 from Duckworth Street in 1964. Although this photo was taken to illustrate a localized deck ponding issue, it also shows that there was no interchange at Duckworth Street at the time. The interchange at Duckworth Street didn't open until 1972. The photo also illustrates the Department of Highways' practice of painting all roadside cedar delineation posts - a maintenance practice that was discontinued during the 1960s. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken in March, 1964.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #474             HWY 400 #285

NEW Left - Hwy 90 (Dunlop Street) Overpass on Hwy 400 in Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken in March, 1965.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

Right - Willow Creek Bridge on Hwy 400 between Barrie and Crown Hill. Photo taken in April, 1965.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)





HWY 400 #284             HWY 400 #491

Left - Hwy 400 at the Willow Creek Bridge north of Barrie, facing south towards Duckworth Street. Photo taken in April, 1965.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)

NEW Right - Facing south along the southbound lanes of Hwy 400 at Duckworth Street in Barrie. Note the sign in the highway median prohibiting U-turns at the emergency median crossover. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 14, 1965.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #490             HWY 400 #492

NEW Left - Facing south along Hwy 400 from Duckworth Street in Barrie in 1965. This photo shows the original four-lane cross section of Hwy 400 prior to the highway's widening to six lanes through Barrie in 1971-1972. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 14, 1965.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Facing south along the northbound lanes Hwy 400 at Duckworth Street in Barrie. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on May 14, 1965.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #292             HWY 400 #291

Left - Facing north across the Crown Hill Overpass (Hwy 400 Extension) near Barrie. Note that the right-hand northbound lane was striped off at the time this photo was taken, since the remainder of Hwy 400 heading north from this interchange from Barrie to Coldwater was an undivided highway with a single lane in each direction. A second lane was added across this bridge in the 1970s, when Hwy 400 was widened to four lanes north of the Crown Hill Overpass. Photo taken on May 28, 1965.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)

Right - Hwy 400 Extension (Crown Hill) Overpass near Barrie, facing north towards the Hwy 11 & Hwy 93 Interchange at Crown Hill. Photo taken on May 28, 1965.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)





HWY 401 #18

Above - Aerial view of Hwy 401 in Toronto after widening, showing the new three-level Hwy 400 Interchange and "The Basketweave" in 1966.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 1966)





HWY 400 #497             HWY 400 #496

NEW Left - Facing north along Hwy 400 towards Barrie from the Innisfil Beach Road Interchange in 1967. At the time this photo was taken, Innisfil Beach Road was a full eight-ramp cloverleaf interchange. Note the inner loop ramp exiting west towards Thornton on the far side of the structure. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on August, 1967.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Thornton CNR Overhead on Hwy 400 north of Innisfil Beach Road in 1967, facing north towards Barrie. Note the sign in the distance at right which reads "Essa Road Next Exit". At the time this photo was taken, there was no interchange at Holly Side Road (today's Mapleview Drive). It is interesting to note that there is no Hwy 27 crown shown on this northbound advance Essa Road exit sign. Presumably, the Hwy 27 crown was left off of the sign intentionally to avoid any confusion between the two closely-spaced Hwy 27 Exits through Barrie: Hwy 27 South (Essa Road) and Hwy 27 North (Bayfield Street). Most northbound motorists on Hwy 400 would most likely be looking for Hwy 27 North towards Midland and Wasaga Beach, as Hwy 27 South would essentially take motorists on a U-turn route back towards Toronto. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken in August, 1967.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #495             HWY 400 #493

NEW Left - Facing north along Hwy 400 at the Tiffin Street Underpass in Barrie. Note the old public telephone sign beside the highway at right. When Hwy 400 first opened to traffic in the early 1950s, the lack of rural telephone service along (or anywhere near) the highway created considerable problems for motorists who broke down or ran out of fuel. In the aftermath of a serious bus crash on Hwy 400 in October 1952, some consideration was given to the installation of an emergency telephone system along the new freeway. Although the emergency telephone system was never implemented, a number of highway service centres were established between Toronto and Barrie in the ensuing years. Additionally, all public telephones along or near the highway were very prominently signed, as was the case here. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken in August, 1967.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

NEW Right - Facing north across the new St. Vincent Street Overpass in Barrie in 1967. Prior to the completion of this overpass, St. Vincent Street crossed Hwy 400 at an at-grade intersection. The completion of the St. Vincent Street Overpass removed the last at-grade intersection along the Barrie Bypass section of Hwy 400. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken in August, 1967.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #494             HWY 400 #186

NEW Left - Facing north along Hwy 400 approaching the new St. Vincent Street Overpass in 1967. Interestingly, the St. Vincent Street Overpass was designed to accommodate an express-collector lane system on Hwy 400, which never materialized. As designed, the St. Vincent Street Overpass was able to accommodate a 12-lane freeway with four express lanes and two collector lanes in each direction. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken in August, 1967.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)

Right - Facing north along Hwy 27 (Essa Road) towards the dual Hwy 400 Underpasses in Barrie. Photo taken in August, 1967.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2010)





HWY 400 #185

Above - Facing north along Hwy 400 across the Hwy 27 (Essa Road) Underpasses in Barrie in 1967. When Hwy 400 was widened to six lanes through Barrie in 1971-1972, the highway's grass median was filled in and the Hwy 27 Underpasses were spliced together to form one structure in order to accommodate the extra freeway lanes. Photo taken in August, 1967.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2010)





HWY 400 #471

NEW Above - Crown Hill Overpass on Hwy 400 approaching the Hwy 11 & Hwy 93 Interchange north of Barrie in 1968. At this major fork, the Hwy 400 Extension exits from the freeway and continues north across the overpass towards Coldwater, while the unposted route of Hwy 400A continues straight ahead to Crown Hill, where it connects with Hwy 11 to Orillia. Note the incredibly retro guide sign at right, marking the upcoming Hwy 93 Exit at Crown Hill. See an Enlarged Photo Here. Photo taken on August 12, 1968.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2019)





HWY 400 #298             HWY 400 #297

Left - Northbound Hwy 400 at the Wilson Avenue Underpass in Toronto, facing north. Photo taken in October, 1968.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)

Right - Facing east towards the Wilson Avenue Underpass on Hwy 400. Photo taken in October, 1968.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)





HWY 400 #296             HWY 401 #609

Left - Southbound Hwy 400 facing north from the Wilson Avenue Underpass in Toronto. Photo taken in October, 1968.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2013)

Right - Facing east along the Hwy 401 Collector Lanes towards the Hwy 400 Interchange. Photo taken in October, 1968.
(Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation  -  © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2011)




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