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Welcome to Massachusetts! Climb aboard the Mayflower and re-live the pilgrim's death-defying journey to the New World. Explore the decks of the USS Constitution and learn why sailors dubbed her 'Old Ironsides.' See where the Salem witches were hanged. Experience everday life in an 1830's New England village.
1.0
1.6
Access to community of Amesbury
North of the highway. Amesbury was settled in 1645 along the banks of the Merrimack River. Amesbury carriages, known around the world for their workmanship and style.
1.1
1.7
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
2.0
3.2
Point of Information
Crossing the Powow River.
2.5
4.0
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
2.9
4.6
Exit 54
Junction of Highway #150 North to Amesbury. Point of Interest - access to the John G. Whittier Home, North of the highway. Access to Highway #110 East to community of Salisbury and Salisbury Beach. Access to Maudslay State Park - South side of the highway. The former Moseley family estate on the Merrimack River, this park features 19th century gardens.
3.0
4.9
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
3.4
5.5
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
3.9
6.3
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
4.5
7.2
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
4.9
7.9
Northern town limits of Merrimac
Access to emergency call box.
5.8
9.4
View from highway
Exit 53 (Broad Street). Access to community of Merrimac - West of the highway; to Merrimacaport - East of the highway. Photo view from highway driving South.
6.0
9.6
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
6.5
10.4
Roadside turnout
Rest area, access to telephones - West side of the highway.
7.5
12.1
Entering town of Haverhill
Northern boundary. The birthplace of poet and abolitionist John Greenleaf Whittier. In 1995, Money Magazine named Greater Haverhill the best area t o live in the Northeast.
7.6
12.2
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
8.1
13.0
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
8.5
13.6
Point of Information
Crossing the East Meadow River. Access to emergency call box - West side of the highway.
8.8
14.2
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
9.3
15.0
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
9.5
15.3
Exit 52
Junction of Highway #110 - South side of the highway. Access to Haverhill and Merrimac - North of the highway. Access to services - off highway.
9.9
16.0
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
10.4
16.8
View from highway
Driving South. Services and fuel - off highway.
10.8
17.4
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
11.7
18.8
Exit 51
Junction of Highway #125 South to community of North Andover. Access to downtown Haverhill.
12.2
19.7
Point of Information
Crossing Little River.
12.4
19.9
Access to emergency call box

12.9
20.7
Access to emergency call box

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Exit 50
Junction of Highway #97 East to communities of Georgetown; West to Salem. Junction of Highway #113 East to Groveland and West Newbury. Salem may be most widely known as the site of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692.
13.4
21.6
River Street
Access to emergency call box - West side of the highway. Access to Highways #110 East and #113 East.
14.0
22.5
Access to Haverhill Historical Society
Access to services, gas and diesel. Access to tourist information center.
14.0
22.6
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
14.1
22.7
View from highway
Driving South.
14.4
23.1
Point of Information
Crossing the Merrimac River. Looking at the Merrimac River.
14.8
23.8
Exit 48
Access to Highway #125 to community of North Andover. Access to the Bradford College - East side of the highway.
15.0
24.1
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
15.3
24.6
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
15.3
24.6
Point of Information
Crossing the Merrimac River.
16.6
26.7
Exit 47
Junction of Highway #213 West to town of Methuen.
16.9
27.2
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
17.6
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Exit 46
Junction of Highway #110 - West access to communities of Lawrence and Lowell.
17.7
28.5
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
18.5
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Exit 45

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30.8
View from highway
Driving South.
20.3
32.7
Exit 42B
West access to town of Methuen.
20.5
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Exit 42A
Access to Highway #114 East to communities of Middleton and Salem. Access to the Salem Maritime National Historic Site. The Site consists of about nine acres of land and twelve historic structures along the waterfront in Salem. The Site documents the development of the Atlantic triangular trade during the colonial period, the role of privateering during the Revolutionary War.
21.1
34.0
Exit 41
Junction of Highway #28 South to communities of Shawsheen Village and Andover; North to Lawrence.
21.8
35.1
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
22.2
35.8
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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37.5
Exit 40B
North to town of Methuen. Access to Interstate Highway #93 North. to Derry, New Hampshire.
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37.7
Exit 40A
Access to I-93 South to city of Boston.
23.7
38.1
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
23.9
38.4
Point of Information
Crossing Fish Brook.
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38.6
Access to emergency call box

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39.2
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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39.9
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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40.8
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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41.3
Exit 39
Junction of Highway #133 East to West Andover and Georgetown; West to city of Lowell. Access to services, gas, diesel and lodging - off highway.
25.7
41.4
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
26.8
43.1
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
27.3
44.0
Exit 38
City of Lowell - Eastern boundary. Junction of Highway #38 West into Lowell and to community of Dracut; access to the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. East to communities of Tewksbury, Woburn and Somerville. The City of Lowell is the fourth largest city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
27.6
44.4
View from highway
Driving South.
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45.3
Services, gas and diesel
Off highway.
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45.5
Access to emergency call box

28.5
45.9
City of Lowell
Access to emergency call box - both sides of the highway.
29.1
46.9
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
29.2
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Exit 37 - Woburn Street
Access to South Lowell. Access to North Bitterica - East side of the highway.
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Entering community of Chelmsford
Northern boundary.
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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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Access to emergency call box

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Exit 35C

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Exit 35B
Access to Nashua, New Hampshire - West of the highway.
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Exit 35A

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50.9
Point of Information
Crossing Middle River Brook.
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51.0
Access to emergency call box

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52.0
Exit 34
Access to Highway #4 South to communities of Chelmsford, Bedford and Lexington. Access to Highway #110 North to Lowell; South to Littleton, Harvard and Clinton.
32.4
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Access to emergency call box

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52.8
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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Access to rest area
With washrooms and information centers - both sides of the highway.
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Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
34.7
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Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
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Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
35.9
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Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
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58.2
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
36.8
59.3
Exit 32 - Boston Road
Access to Highway #225 East to community of Carlisle and to the Great Meadow National Wildlife Refuge; West to Forge Village. Access to Nashoba Valley Ski Area - South side of the highway. Access to communities of Westford and Graniteville - West side of the highway. Access to Great Brook Farm State Park - East side of the highway. Access to services, fuel, campgrounds and lodging - off highway. Access to emergency call box - West side at the highway. Great Brook Farm State Park: Chosen by Yankee Magazine's Travel Guide to New England as Editor's Pick 2000.
37.7
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Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
38.2
61.5
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
39.7
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Access to emergency call box

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Exit 31
Access to Highway #119 East to community of East Acton; West to Groton, Townsend and Ashby; to the Pearl Hill State Park. Access to gas and diesel - off highway. Pearl Hill State Park. There are 51 campsites, bathhouse, and a day use area which includes a five-acre pond created by the seasonal damming of Park Hill Brook, with a beach area on the pond.
40.6
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View from highway
Driving South.
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Point of Information
Crossing Beaver Brook.
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Exit 30
Access to Highway #2A West to communities of Ayer and Harwood. Access to Highway #110 West to Still River and South Lancaster. Access to Littleton - East side of the highway.
41.3
66.5
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
41.6
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Point of Information
Crossing Mill Pond.
41.7
67.1
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
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Exit 29B
Access to Leominster - West side of the highway.
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Exit 29A
Access to Highway #2 East to the city of Boston.
43.4
69.8
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
43.8
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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
43.9
70.6
View from highway
Driving South.
44.3
71.3
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
44.8
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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
45.2
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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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Exit 28
Access to Highway #111 East to communities of West Acton and Concord; West to Harvard.
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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
46.3
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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
46.9
75.4
Entering Worcester County
Eastern boundary.
46.9
75.5
Access to emergency call box

47.4
76.2
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
47.8
77.0
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
48.3
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Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
48.8
78.5
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
49.3
79.4
Access to emergency call box

49.8
80.1
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highwa.
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81.0
Exit 27
Access to Highway #117 East to communities of Stow, Maynard and Waltham; West to Bolton, North Lancaster and Leominster. Services, fuel - off highway. Access to campgrounds. Access to Walden Pond State Recreational Area - East of the highway. The Reservation encompasses 400 acres which includes the 102-foot deep glacial kettle-hole pond.
50.4
81.1
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
51.0
82.0
Access to emergency call box

51.3
82.6
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
51.6
83.0
Point of Information
Crossing Hog Brook.
52.8
84.9
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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85.7
Exit 26
Access to Highway #62 East to communities of Hudson, Gleasondale and Stow; West to Berlin, Clinton and Sterling.
53.4
85.9
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
53.7
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Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
54.3
87.4
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
54.7
88.0
Access to emergency call box

54.9
88.3
Point of Information
Crossing the Assabet River.
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88.6
Exit 25B
Access to Interstate Highway #290 East to city of Worcester. Access to Highway #85 East to communities of Hudson and Marlborough.
55.1
88.7
Access to emergency call box

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89.0
Exit 25A
Access to Marlborough - East of the highway.
55.7
89.6
Access to emergency call box

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Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
56.7
91.3
Exit 24B
Junction of Highway #20 West to communities of Northborough and East Millbury. Services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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91.7
Exit 24A
Junction of Highway #20 East to communities of Marlborough and Wayland.
57.0
91.8
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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93.3
Access to emergency call box

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93.7
Exit 23C
Access to Highway #9 East to communities of Fayville, Wellesley and Brooklane. Access to Highway #85 East to Southborough and Marlborough.
58.5
94.1
Worcester County

58.5
94.2
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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Exit 23B
Access to town of Worcester - West side of the highway. Services, fuel and lodging - off highway. Access to emergency call box - West side of the highway.
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97.6
Exit 23A
Access to community of Framingham - East side of the highway. Access to the Framingham State College. Famingham is bordered by Southborough and Marlborough on the west; Sherborn and Ashland on the south; Natick on the east; Wayland on the northeast; and Sudbury on the north.
61.2
98.5
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
62.3
100.2
Exit 22
Access to Interstate Highway #90 East to city of Boston. Access to the Cochituate State Park - East side of the highway. Access to New York City, Hartford - West of the highway. Cochituate State Park is a popular regional day use park featuring water based recreational opportunities.
63.8
102.7
Access to emergency call box

64.4
103.6
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
64.8
104.3
Access to emergency call box

65.4
105.2
Access to emergency call box

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105.7
Exit 21B
West Main Street. Access to the community of Blackstone Valley. Access to city of Upton. Upton is an upland community located in central Worcester County at the Blackstone River Valley's western edge. Access to the The Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor which is a special type of national park. It is a region of nearly 400,000 acres located within Worcester County in central Massachusetts and Providence County in northern Rhode Island.
65.9
106.0
Exit 21A
West Main Street. Access to Highway #135 to communities of Hopkinton and Ashland; to the Hopkinton State Park and the Ashland State Park. Hopkinton State Park: Located in the towns of Hopkinton and Ashland, Hopkinton State Park contains 1450 acres. Activities include bicycling, non-motorized boating, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and swimming. Ashland State Park covers 470 acres including the 157-acre Ashland Reservoir. Has access to fishing, swimming, bicycling, boating, hiking, and picnicking. swimming, picnicking, boating, fishing, bicycling and hiking.
66.0
106.2
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
66.9
107.7
Access to emergency call box

67.8
109.1
Access to emergency call box

69.2
111.4
Point of Information
Crossing the Charles River.
69.3
111.5
Access to emergency call box

69.6
112.0
Exit 20
Access to Highway #85 North to Hopkinton; South to community of Milford. Access to Highway #16 East to communities of Holliston and Sherborn; West to Hopedale and Uxbridge. Access to the Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park. Access to the Blackstone Valley National Corridor. The Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park recalls the role of canals in transporting raw materials and manufactured goods between emerging industrial centers. Walk along the Blackstone River Canal and Towpath's restored sections from the River Bend Farm Visitors Center.
69.8
112.4
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
70.8
114.0
Access to emergency call box

71.3
114.8
Exit 19
Access to Highway #109 East to communities of Medway and Westwood. Access to Highway #16 West to Milford.
72.6
116.9
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
72.6
116.9
Norfolk County
Western boundary.
73.4
118.2
Access to emergency call box

73.9
118.9
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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119.2
Exit 18
Access to Highway #126 South to community of Bellingham; North to Framingham and Concord. Access to campgrounds.
74.6
120.0
Access to emergency call box

74.7
120.2
Point of Information
Crossing the Charles River.
75.5
121.5
Access to emergency call box

75.9
122.2
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
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122.9
Point of Information
Crossing Mine Brook.
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123.2
Exit 17
Access to Highway #140 East to communities of Franklin and Wrentham; West to Bellingham. Access to the Forge Parkway.
76.8
123.6
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
76.9
123.8
Point of Information
Crossing Mine Brook
77.4
124.6
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
78.0
125.5
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
78.8
126.8
Exit 16 - King Street
Access to Woonsocket, Rhode Island - South of the highway. Access to the Klein Innsbruck Ski Area - West of the highway. Services, gas and diesel - off highway. North to community of Franklin.
79.0
127.1
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
79.4
127.8
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
80.0
128.7
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
80.5
129.5
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
81.0
130.3
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
81.8
131.7
Access to emergency call box
Both sides of the highway.
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132.2
Exit 15
Access to Highway #121 East to Wrentham; West to Sheldonville. Access to Highway #1A South to Plainville; North to Walpole and Norwood.
82.9
133.4
Access to emergency call box
West side of the highway.
83.3
134.0
Access to emergency call box

84.4
135.8
View from highway
Driving South.
84.9
136.6
Exit 14B
Access to Highway #1 South to community of North Attleboro.
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136.7
Exit 14A
Access to Highway #1 North to community of West Foxboro and Wrentham.
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136.7
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