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Nova Scotia #22 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #125
North to city of Sydney, NS, all services. South to Community of Louisbourg, NS and the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site. South to the Marconi Trail Scenic Trailway Drive Route highway. Attractions in Sydney, NS: The Jost House, built in 1786 - Cossit House Museum, Built in 1787, Sydney's oldest surviving house - St. Patrick's Church Museum The oldest Roman Catholic church on Cape Breton Island, built in 1828 - Cape Breton Centre for Heritage and Science, shows the history and culture of Cape Breton Island.
3.7
5.9
Laurison Road
East side of highway
4.0
6.4
Landry Cres
Access from highway
7.8
12.5
Junction of Highway #255
East to communities of Hornes Road, NS, Mira, NS.
8.7
14.0
Services at highway
Fuel, gas, diesel
9.2
14.8
Junction of the Fleur-de-lis Trail scenic Drive Trailway
Fleur-de-lis Trail scenic Drive Trailway, overlaps highway #22 at this point.
14.1
22.7
East to Mira River Provincial Park
Community of Albert Bridge. Sevices at highway. Mira River Provincial Park. Located on Brickyard Road, 3 kilometres (2 miles) east off Route 22 from Albert Bridge, Cape Breton County. The park is 22 kilometres (14 miles) from Sydney and 17 kilometres (11 miles) from the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site. Open and wooded campground, picnic areas on Mira River, flush toilets, showers, fire grills, fire wood, disposal station, freshwater beach, boat launch, change rooms. Open late June - early September.141 unserviced sites.
18.4
29.6
Access to the Marconi Trail Scenic Drive Trailway
East side of highway
18.7
30.1
Junction of Highway ,Marconi Trail Scenic Drive Trailway
East to communities of Big Lorraine, Glace Bay
18.7
30.1
Entering Town of Louisbourg, NS
Louisbourg, NS, name was given by French military forces who founded the Fortress of Louisbourg in honour of Louis XV. The French fortress was demolished after its final capture in 1758 and the site was abandoned by British forces in 1768.
19.1
30.7
Visitor Information
North side of highway
21.4
34.5
Louisbourg Business Section
All services
22.1
35.5
Access to Fortress Louisbourg National Historic Site
Step back in time to 1744! Experience Louisbourg, a thriving seaport and capital of Ile Royale (Cape Breton Island). The Fortress was one if the busiest harbours in North America during the 18th century and one of France's key economic and military centres in the New World. Today, it stands as North America's largest historical reconstruction.
22.1
35.5
Fortress of Louisbourg
View from within walls of fort
22.1
35.5
Fortress of Louisbourg
View from within walls of fort. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide -e