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New Brunswick #2 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #2 and Exit #170 to Town of Hartland, NB
South to City of Fredericton, NB. East to Town of Hartland, NB. North to city of Edmundston, NB, Province of Quebec. NOTE: For highway travel, north via New Brunswick Highway #2. See Highway Travel Guide. New Brunswick / Quebec Border tohe Town of Hartland, NB for driving directions.
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Hartland Covered Bridge
Hartland Covered Bridge
Crossing the Saint John River, NB, in Hartland, NB. 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
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Point of Information Crossing The Saint John River
Point of Information Crossing The Saint John River
Bridge crossing the Saint John River, NB. The Saint John River is a river, approximately 418 miles (673 km) long. The river has always been important in Hartlandís history. As early as 1813 Troops were moved from the Maritimes to Upper Canada on the Saint John River, especially when is was frozen. Steamships operated on the river in the mid-1800s
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Services at Highway
Gas diesel, east side of highway
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Access to Community of Waterville, NB
East side of highway
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Access to Community of Lakeville, NB
Services at highway
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Community of Jacksonville, NB
West of highway
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Junction of Highway #560
East to community of Woodstock, NB. North to community of Hartford, NB. Woodstock, NB; was settled by Loyalists following the American War of Independence. Attractions in and around Woodstock, NB - Honourable Charles Connell House - Old Carleton County Courthouse Seasong Cotta - Carleton County Historical Society Museum -
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Exit #185
Access to community of Woodstock, NB & Bloomfield, NB. Services at highway
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Exit #187
Access to U.S.A. highway #95 west to community of Houlton Maine
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Exit #188 Junction of Highway #555
East to town of Woodstock
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Exit #191 (old #94) Teardsley Road
Access to camping services
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Exit 199 Junction of Highway #103
North to town of Woodstock, NB.
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Access to Community of Debec, NB
West side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Hiking trail access from turnout
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Community of Meductic, NB
Services at highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Eel River, NB.
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Exit #212
West to community of Benton, NB
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Junction of Highway #122
South to community of Canterbury, NB; 12 km's
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View from highway
Driving south.
Driving south.
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Access to Charlie Lake, NB
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
With view point. North side of highway
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Exit # 232
Community of Pokiok, NB. Services at highway. Access to highway #105. East to community of Mackawic, NB. Pokiok, NB; is situated on the west bank of the Saint John River. The community is home to the Pokiok Falls.
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Access to Campground
North side of highway
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Community of Hawkshaw, NB
Access from highway
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Community of Dumfries, NB
Services at highway, fuel.
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Community of Prince William, NB
Access from highway
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Exit #253 Junction of Highway's #635, #636
Access to Historical Settlement Kings Landing. In the world kaleidoscope of cultural attractions, Kings Landing Historical Settlement stands out as a striking example of history-brought-to-life. Nestled on the banks of the majestic St. John River in the heartland of New Brunswick, nowhere is there a natural setting more spectacular nor an historical setting more sensitive to the living legacy of the United Empire Loyalists. Access to Provincial Visitor Information Centre.
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Point of Interest
North limits of the city of Fredericton, NB. Attractions in and around Fredericton, NB.- Beaverbrook Art Gallery - Kings Landing Historical Settlement - Historic Garrison District - The St. John River - Christ Church Cathedral - Old Government House - Farmers Markets - Mactaquac Provincial Park - Science East- New Brunswick's only Science Centre - NB Country Music Hall of Fame - New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame - School Days Museum - York Sunbury Museum.
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Exit #258 Junction of Highway #3
Access to highway #102. East to community of Kingsclear, NB, city of Fredericton, NB. West on highway #3 to community of Harvey, NB & St. Stephen, NB. East via highway #102 Mactaquac Provincial Park,300 campsites.
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Exit #271
Access to highway #640
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Exit #280 Junction of Highway #101
East to downtown city of Fredericton, NB, city of Moncton, NB. Access to highway #7, south to city of Saint John, NB. North to town of Woodstock, NB, town of Hartland, NB, city of Edmundston, NB. Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e

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