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New Brunswick #7 Highway Guide

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Exit #114 - Junction of Highway #1 (photo of Ferry to Nova Scotia)
Exit #114 - Junction of Highway #1 (photo of Ferry to Nova Scotia)
North east to city of St. John, NB. North east to ferry to Digby, Nova Scotia
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4.5
Truck Weigh Scales
West side of highway
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Exit #90 - Junction of Highway #100 (River Valley Scenic Drive)
North east to communities of Rothesay, NB. Rothesay is nestled in the majestic Kennebecasis Valley alongside the Kennebecasis River. Rothesay, NB; was named in 1860 at the request of the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII. North to Hampton, NB. Hampton, Located on the Andrew Burns River, NB.
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Exit #80
Access to community of Grand Bay-Westfield, NB. Grand Bay-Westfield is situated on the west bank of the Saint John River in New Brunswick.
15.8
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Junction of Highway #177
East to community of Grand Bay, NB
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28.1
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
West side of highway
20.8
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Junction of highway #101- Community of Welsford, NB
Welsford, NB is located in the Nerepis River valley at the foot of Mount Douglas. - West to community of Blissville, NB.
29.0
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Exit #51
East to community of Petersville, NB. West to community of Enniskillen, NB
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Exit #29 - Junction of Highway #660
South to communities of Geary, NB, Central Blissville, NB. Attractions in Geary, NB: The New Brunswick International Speedway, the largest auto racing track in Atlantic Canada.
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View from highway
View from  highway
Driving north
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77.2
Exit #303 - Junction of Highway #2 The Trans Canada Highway
East to communities of Oromocto, NB, Gagetown, NB. Access to highway #102. Attractions in Oromocto, NB, - CFB Gagetown Military Museum - Canadian Military Engineers Museum.
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Exit #297
Nevers Road
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Exit #294- City of Fredericton
Highway #7 leaves highway #2, north to city of Fredericton, 10 kms to downtown Fredericton. Fredericton, capital city of New Brunswick (since 1785), is nestled beside the St. John River. The downtown area boasts over 26 attractions in a 5-block area of the city's historic downtown. North to Edmundston, NB. South to city of St John, NB. Other 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 #294- City of Fredericton
NOTE: For highway travel via New Brunswick Highway #2 See; Highway Travel Guide Town of Hartland, NB; to City of Fredericton, NB; for driving directions. Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide -e

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