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Nova Scotia #104 Highway Guide

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Exit #15 Junction of Highway #102
South to town of Truro, NS 4 kms South to the city of Halifax, NS. East to New Glasgow, NS. East to Amherst. East to the Nova Scotia / New Brunswick border. NOTE: For highway travel east via Highway #104 'The Trans Canada Highway' See - Road Map Highway Travel Guide New Glasgow, NS; to Turo, NS; for driving directions.

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Exit #13
South to MacElmons Pond Provincial Park, no campground. MacElmons Pond is a small picnic park and short walking trail adjacent to a headpond and wildlife sanctuary. The rich waters of the headpond supports a small population of American widgeon as well it is an important staging area for migratory waterfowl.
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Exit #12 (Masstown Road) Junction of Highway #2
South to community of Masstown, NS. South to Five Islands Provincial Park. Stands majestically from the shores of the Bay of Fundy and is one of Nova Scotia's foremost outdoor destinations. The park features 90 metre (300 ft.) sea cliffs overlooking the world's highest tides, a spectacular camping setting for camping and any of the many hiking, clam digging, ocean kayaking, and beachcoming oportuniites. Park has 90 campsites, showers and flush toilets. South to Fundy Geological Museum.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Folly River, NS.
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Exit #11
Access to highway #4,. North to community of Folly Lake. North to Wentworth Provincial Park. No campgrounds. The park features a picnic area along the East Branch Wallace River just off Highway 4 between Truro and Oxford. It is a favourite of rereationalists because of its easy access to the recreational trail systems in the area. South to highway #2 communitie of Londonderry, NS. Londonderry, NS; was a bustling iron ore mining and steel making town where it saw the making of the some of the first steel produced in Canada.
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Exit #10
Access to highway #2. South to community of Londonderry Station, NS; community of Bass River, NS; this community is named after the Bass River, which runs south from its source in the Cobequid Hills at Upper Bass River, through the village centre, and out to Cobequid Bay.
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Photo
View from highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Great Village River, NS.
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Begin of Toll Road (west bound traffic)
NOTE: Toll Fee as of August/2004 cars $4.00
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Photo ( Cobequid Summit )
View from highway
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Photo
View from highway
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Exit #8 (Collingwood Road)
Access to highway #4 . East to community of Winchester Station, NS; Wentworth Provincial Park. No campground.The park features a picnic area along the East Branch Wallace River just off Highway 4 between Truro, NS; and Oxford, NS. It is a favourite of rereationalists because of its easy access to the recreational trail systems in the area.
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Toll Road Gate for East bound Traffic
NOTE: Toll as of August/2004 cars $4.00 - $5.25 for an RV w/toed vehicle.
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Exit #7
Access to highway #4
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Exit #6
North to community of Oxford, NS (the blueberry capital of the world) Oxford, NS; Settled: 1791 Oxford, was named for oxen that forded the river. - Access to highway #321 north to community of Pugwash, NS. Highway #301 north to Heather Beach Provincial Park. No campground. An excellent supervised beach, crowded on weekends during good weather. During the peak season, the Nova Scotia Life Saving Society supervises the swimming area. Change houses, vault toilets, picnic area and water outlets available. Highway #204 north to community of Little River, NS.
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Exit #5
Access to highway #142, south to community of Springhill, NS; The Springhill Miners Museum; the Anne Murray Centre; 6 kms. Highway Access to highway #2 'The Glooscap Trail Scenic Rout'. The Glooscap Trail is a scenic byway. It is located in the central and northern part of the province around the Minas Basin and Cobequid Bay, sub-basins of the Bay of Fundy.
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Exit #4 Junction of Highway #2 (The Glooscap Scenic Trail)
North to Town of Amherst, NS. South to community of Springhill, NS. Amherst, NS; was after, Lord Jeffrey Amherst, the commander-in-chief of the British Army in North America during the Seven Years' War. Springhill, NS is famous for both the Springhill Mining Disaster and is the childhood home of international recording star Anne Murray. The main town attraction is 'The Anne Murray Centre'
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Exit #3 ( Victoria Street )
North to town of Amherst, NS. North to highway #6 ( The Sunrise Trail Scenic Route ). Amherst Shore Provincial Park. On the shore of the Northumberland Strait, Amherst Shore Provincial Park offers an attractive setting for camping, walking, and swimming. This park, like others along this coast, offers some of the warmest saltwater swimming north of the Carolinas. The park offers a 45-site woodland campground, picnic areas, showers/comfort station
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Weigh Scales
North side of highway
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Weigh Scales
South side of highway
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Exit #1 Nova Scotia Tourist Information Centre
Large visitor information centre, south side of highway.
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Photo
View from Nova Scotia Information Centre, looking west at the New Brunswick / Nova Scotia border
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Point of Interest
Nova Scotia / New Brunswick Border
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Exit #53a
Province of New Brunswick large Information Centre North side of highway
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Junction of Highway #16 ( The Trans Canada Highway ) The Acadian Coastal Drive
North to the Confederation Bridge 51 kms, the Province of Prince Edward Island. East to town of Truro, NS. West to city of Moncton, NB, Attractions in and around Moncton, NB. - Magnetic Hill - Magic Mountain - Moncton Museum - Thomas Williams House - Free Meeting House, a National Historic site - Marche Moncton Market - Magnetic Hill Zoo.
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Junction of Highway #16 The Trans Canada Highway The Acadian Coastal Drive
NOTE: For highway travel west via Highway #2 See milebymile road map highway guide - Trans Canada Highway - City of Moncton to New Brunswick / Nova Scotia Border for driving directions. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e