Here is the itinerary for the 56 km along Route #104 from Truro to New Glasgow, Nova Scotia:
The Trans-Canada between Truro and New Glasgow moves through a slight hilly transition into the Pictou Lowlands and the Northumberland Strait.
This area was settled early and much preferred for gentle river access to inland pine stands. The fertile farmlands along the West River were settled early on, but those lands that needed to be cleared of forests were less fertile and were not economic until the advent of commercial fertilizers in the 1950s.
Exit 22 takes you to the PEI Ferry run by Northumberland Ferries..
History: Truro to New Glasgow
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|Next West: Moncton,NB to Truro||Next East: New Glasgow to North Sydney (Ferries)|