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Eastbound Onroute Service Plaza
Canada
This is the eastbound Onroute service plaza off Hwy 401 near Dutton, Ontario, Canada. These new service plazas are environmentally friendly. Theyre built using environmentally friendly materials including low flow toilets and waterless urinals, the fixtures and faucets all are sensor activated using their own low light panels on each fixture. There are plenty of recycling bins at all the Onroute service plazas. This plaza contains the following fast food restaurants: A&W, Cold Stone, Creamery, Tim Horton's, KFC, and a Taco Bell. There's also a small travel/convenience store called the Market, and there's free WIFI, picnic tables, and restrooms.
Copyright: Brian Turner
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 8936x1300
Загружена: 19/03/2013
Обновлено: 21/03/2013
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Tags: plaza; ontario; canada; 401; onroute; route; eco; stop; environmentally; dutton; ön; rest; hwy; area; eastbound; service
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