Route 114

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A 60.4-mile route, NH 114 meanders northwest from Bedford to Goffstown, Henniker, Bradford, New London and Grantham. The state route follows a controlled access bypass of Bedford north from the NH 101 freeway to NH 114A (the former alignment) outside Pinardville.

NH 114 North
New Hampshire 114 northbound begins and parallels a transmission line corridor from New Hampshire 101 and Boynton Street to the Goffstown town line. Photo taken 07/30/07.
Old Bedford Road arcs southwest from Donald Street across New Hampshire 114 to New Hampshire 101. Goffstown lies eight miles ahead. Photo taken 07/30/07.
Donald Street branches west from Old Bedford Road to become New Boston Road at the signalized intersection with New Hampshire 114. New Boston Road ventures west by adjacent Beards Hill to Klondike Corner within the town of New Boston. Photo taken 07/30/07.
NH 114 South
The final reassurance marker for New Hampshire 114 stands beyond the intersection with New Boston Road west and Donald Street east. Photo taken 07/30/07.
Old Bedford Road spans New Hampshire 114 west from Donald Street. Photo taken 07/30/07.
New Hampshire 114 south leads directly to the beginning of the New Hampshire 101 freeway east to south Manchester. Photo taken 07/30/07.
An array of power lines run along side the final miles of NH 114 into Bedford. The transmission corridor extends southward to a substation in Tewksbury, Massachusetts. Photo taken 07/30/07.
Boynton Street extends northeast from the turn of New Hampshire 101 into southwest Manchester. Photo taken 07/30/07.
New Hampshire 101 connects the Bedford and Manchester area with Milford and Keene to the southwest. The state route combines with I-293 across the Merrimack River to Interstate 93. Photo taken 07/30/07.
All of New Hampshire 101 east from NH 114 and Boynton Street in Bedford to U.S. 1 in Hampton is a freeway. Photo taken 07/30/07.

Photo Credits:

07/30/07 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 89
Route 101

Page Updated 02-17-2015.