British Columbia Highway 7A

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The Highway 7A in the Canadian province of British Columbia was generally known under Barnet Highway or as Hastings Street. So the road was also identified on street signs. The Highway 7A corresponded to the original course of the Highway 7 between the Port of Vancouver and Port Moody. The highway was abandoned in 2006 as such and is now under local authority control.

The 26 km long Highway 7A followed to a large extent parallel to the Canadian Pacific Railway. The highway began at the Seymour Street in Downtown Vancouver and led 8 km to Hastings Street, but he crossed the Highway 1 Later the road Boundary Road Burnaby reached and crossed. The Highway 7A went further east, turned later onto Inlet Drive and then on the Barnet Highway.

Pictures of British Columbia Highway 7A