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New Brunswick #2 Highway Guide

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Quebec / New Brunswick Border.
Note: Quebec Highway #185 'The Trans Canada Highway' becomes New Brunswick Highway #2 'The Trans Canada Highway' For Highway travel via Quebec Highway #185 See Milebymile Highway Travel Guide - Trans Canada Highway. Riviere-du-Loup to Quebec / New Brunswick Border

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New Brunswick / Quebec Border To Town of Hartland
South to city of Edmundston, NB, Hartland, NB, Fredericton, NB. North to community of Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec. Attractions in and around Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec. - Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent - Rivière-Du-Loup St-Siméon Ferry - Musée de bateaux miniatures (Miniature Boat Museum) - Presbytère Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert Presbytery - Manoir seigneurial Fraser - Riviere-du-Loup Waterfall Park - Manoir Seigneurial Fraser.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area with Information Centre
Large New Brunswick tourist information Centre, picnic tables, toilets, free public internet access
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Highway Weigh Scales
Truck weigh station,west side of highway
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Exit #8 Access to Highway #144
West to community of Saint Jacques, NB. West to State of Maine U.S.A. Attractions in and around Saint Jacques, NB; Antique Automobile Museum, showcases a collection of classic cars and equipment related to the history of transportation. - Chandelles Artisanales, Chandelles Artisanales has a candle-making reception area, collections and information on the candle maker's profession. - Mont Farlagne; 20 trails open to downhill skiing and snowboarding.
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Exit #13b
Access from highway
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View from highway
View from highway
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Exit #18 City of Edmundston, NB Downtown Centre
Access to highways #120, #161, U.S.A.#1 - Attractions in and around Edmundston, NB: Fortin du P'tit Sault Blockhouse, the fort was constructed in 1841 at the height of the hostilities between the United States and England. - The New Brunswick Botanical Garden, Open during the summer season, from May to mid-October - Madawaska Historical Museum - The Skate Park; skateboarding is quite popular in Edmundston, NB.
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Iroquois Road
Access to highway #144
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Exit #26
Access from highway
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Exit #32 Community of Riviere-Verte
East side of highway. Access to highway #144
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Exit #46 ( Martin Road )
Community of Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska. Access to highway #144
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Exit #51
West to community of Siegas. East to Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes. Access to highway #144
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Exit #56 Junction of highway #17 ( Grand-Rivieres-Road)
West on highway #17 to community of Saint-Quentin, Campbellton, Sugarloaf Provincial Park. Northern New Brunswick's great outdoors can be enjoyed all year round at Sugarloaf Park. Settled at the edge of the Appalachian Range near the shores of the Chaleur Bay, Sugarloaf's natural beauty is breath taking. The Park, which is situated off Route 11 in Campbellton. All season fun, with camping, hiking, skiing and Atlantic Canada's only alpine slide!
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Exit # 58
Access to highway #17. West to community of Van Buren via U. S. #1 Maine
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Access to Campground
East side of highway
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Exit #75
Community of Grand Falls, NB (downtown) all services. Attractions in and around Grand Falls, NB. - Regional Potato Festival - Falls & Gorge - Grand Falls Golf Club - Grand Falls Museum, Pioneer and early Victorian artifacts - Mont Carleton, 17,000 hectares of wildlands - Farmers' Market - Winter Carnaval.
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Exit #78 (PortageRoad)
Access from highway
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McCuskey Road
Access to Mulherin Campground & R V Park
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Community of Limestone, NB
East side of highway. Access to highway's #105, #375
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Services at Highway
Gas & diesel. Access to campground, west side of highway.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Aroostook River, NB. The Aroostook River is a tributary of the Saint John River, approximately 140 mi (225 km) long. The river has a small run of Atlantic Salmon.
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Exit #104
Community of Aroostook, NB; all services, east side of highway. The village of Aroostook is located on the west bank of the Saint John River at the mouth of the Aroostook River, NB. Aroostook was founded in 1852.
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Exit #112
Community of Perth-Andover, east of highway all services. Access to highway's #105 & #190. The Village of Perth-Andover is located on the Saint John River, NB. Attractions in and around Perth-Andover: Gathering of the Scots - Aroostook Valley Country Club - Carleton Victoria Arts Council - Perth-Andover Farm Market - Waterfront Park - Southern Victoria Historical Museum - York’s Dining Room - Riverfront Boardwalk - Appalachian Trail.
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Information Centre
Access from highway. Great service, will assist in finding accommodations.
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Services at highway
Access from highway
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Community of Bairdsville, NB.
Access from highway
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Photo View from highway
Photo View from highway
Driving on New Brunswick highway #2
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Junction of Highway #560
Community of Riviere de Chute, NB.
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Community of Clearview, NB
East of highway
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Campground
East side of highway
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Community of Wicklow, NB
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Large turnout
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Stacey Road
West side of highway, access to campground, via Stacey Road
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Exit #153 Junction of Highway #110
East to community of Florenceville, NB, Bristol, NB, Bath, NB. West to community of Centreville, NB.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Saint John River, NB. The Saint John River is approximately 418 miles (673 km) long.
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Exit #153
Access to highway #105
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Photo - View from highway
Photo - View from highway
Driving south on New Brunswick Highway #2
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Junction of Highway #104
East to community of Coldstream, NB
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Exit #170
East to community of Hartland, NB. South to city of Fredericton, NB. North to city of Edmundston, NB, Province of Quebec.
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View from highway
View from highway
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Hartland Covered Bridge
 Hartland Covered Bridge
Crossing the Saint John River in Hartland. Off route 2, between routes 103 and 105. Built in 1901, covered in 1923, the Hartland Bridge is the longest covered bridge in the world. The bridge is constructed of wood and is 1282 ft. in length.
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Hartland Covered Bridge
 Hartland Covered Bridge
The sign above the bridge reads 'Come Again, you are now entering the longest covered bridge in the world 1282 feet''
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The Hartland Covered Bridge
 The Hartland Covered Bridge
A view inside the bridge, single lane traffic. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. NOTE: For continuance of highway travel south via New Brunswick Highway #2 See - Section 2 - Town of Hartland to City of Fredericton, NB for driving directions. -e

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