ROAD SIGNS OF SASKATCHEWAN

All photos taken by Mark O'Neil unless otherwise noted

TRANS CANADA HIGHWAY SIGNS

(May 2000) Churchbridge, SK. Trans Canada 16 and Yellowhead signs. Note that "SASKATCHEWAN" is too long to place on the Yellowhead sign, so it is abbreviated.

PROVINCIAL HIGHWAY SIGNS

(May 2000) Lake of the Prairies, SK. Current style Saskatchewan provincial highway sign. This photo was taken at the SK / MB border, so the assembly also has Manitoba primary and secondary route signs.

This design was used through the mid-1980's when it was replaced by the design above. (Collection of Andrew Osborne)

Original embossed provincial route marker. This sign appears on official Saskatchewan maps as early as 1930. (Collection of Andrew Osborne)

SECONDARY ROUTE SIGNS

(May 2000) Secondary route marker. It appears that the wheat sheaf sign was added at a later date.

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