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Nova Scotia #19 Highway Guide

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Junction of highway #104 Trans Canada Highway , Canso Causeway
West to Canso Causeway (photo), city of Truro. North to famous Cabot Trail Scenic Drive. North to Cape Breton Highlands National Park. South via highway #104 to community of Port Hawkesbury.
0.2
0.4
Community of Newtown
Access from highway
8.6
13.8
Community of Craigmore
East of highway
10.8
17.4
View of Highway
Looking north
11.1
17.8
Community of Long Point
East of highway
12.3
19.8
Roadside Highway Turnout with picnic tables
West side of highway
17.2
27.7
Community of Judique
Services south side of highway, fuel, diesel
25.3
40.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the Captain's River
25.9
41.7
Chestico Museum
West side of highway
27.1
43.6
Community of Port Hood est. 1786
West to Port Hood Provincial Park. Off Route 19. A picnic park with a cobble beach. Picnic tables, boardwalk. Adjacent to white sand beach.
27.8
44.7
Roadside Highway Turnout with picnic tables
West side of highway
28.1
45.3
Visitors Information Centre
West side of highway
32.3
52.0
Community of Alpine Ridge
South side of highway
36.2
58.2
Clayton Farms Bed and Breakfast
West side of highway
36.3
58.4
Beaton's Bed and Breakfast
West side of highway
36.8
59.3
Junction of Highway #252
Community of Madou. East to community of Brook Village. East to Whycocomagh Provincial Park. Open from mid-June until mid October and offers a 62-site campground, picnic areas, lake access and boat launch, and a 2.4 km (1.5 mi.) hiking trail.
36.8
59.3
Access to Mabou Lighthouse
West of highway. The pyramidal wooden lighthouse at Mabou Harbour was built in 1884 to guide coastal steamers transporting non-perishable goods into the only protected harbour on the western side of Cape Breton Island. At that time, a number of general stores served the countryside for miles around. At various times gypsum was shipped from here, and there was a lobster and salmon canning factory right next to the lighthouse. Now, the pretty lighthouse is the Mabou Harbour Museum and Tourist Centre, opened in June 1998, to showcase the history of the lighthouse and the village.
37.3
60.0
Services at highway
Fuel
38.2
61.5
Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway
39.6
63.7
Community of Glenora Falls
West of highway
43.1
69.3
Community of Glenville
East of highway
47.3
76.1
Cup O' Tea Bed and Beakfast
Access from highway
50.0
80.5
R.C.M.P Detachment
West side of highway
50.1
80.6
Entering Community of Inverness
Services at highway, fuel
51.5
82.8
Community of Inverness
Busines section, all services
52.9
85.1
Inverness Village Beach Campgrounds
Access from highway
53.3
85.8
View from Highway
Looking north
61.9
99.6
Junction of Highway #219
North to community of Dunvagen. NOTE. The Ceilidh Scenic Trailway leaves highway #19 and heads north on highway #219
64.5
103.8
Community of Southwest Margaree
North of highway
65.6
105.6
Roadside Highway Turnout with picnic tables
Rest Area. South side of highway
66.5
107.0
Junction of Highway #395
South to Southwest Margaree Provincial Park 2 km (1.5 mi) south of the junction of Routes 19 and 395. A roadside picnic area next to a small brook, with tables around an open field.
66.9
107.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the South West Margaree River
69.5
111.8
Junction of Cabot Trailways Scenic Drive Route & Highway #19
Community of Margaree. North on the Cabot Trail to the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. South on the Ceilidh Scenic Trailway Route to Canso Causway
69.5
111.8
Cabot Trail Scenic Trailway
Highway marker sign. NOTE: For highway travel via 'The Cabot Trail' See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Guide: Highway # 19,The Cabot Trail Scenic Drive Trailway for driving directions.