New Hampshire Route 152

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New Hampshire Route 152 marker

New Hampshire Route 152
Map of southeastern New Hampshire with NH 152 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by NHDOT
Length: 15.31 mi[1] (24.64 km)
Major junctions
West end: US 4 in Northwood
  NH 125 in Lee
East end: NH 108 in Newmarket
Location
Counties: Rockingham, Strafford
Highway system
NH 151 NH 153

New Hampshire Route 152 (abbreviated NH 152) is a 15.31-mile (24.64 km) long east–west highway in Rockingham and Strafford counties in southeastern New Hampshire. The road connects the towns of Newmarket and Nottingham.

The eastern terminus of NH 152 is in Newmarket at New Hampshire Route 108, where NH 152 is named Main Street. West of town, the highway is called Wadleigh Falls Road until it passes through the village of Wadleigh Falls. The western terminus of NH 152 is in Northwood, just west of the Northwood/Nottingham town line, at U.S. Route 4, which is named the First New Hampshire Turnpike.

The terminus in Newmarket. A UNH bus drives by.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Rockingham Northwood 0.0 0.0 US 4 (First New Hampshire Turnpike) to US 202 / NH 9 / NH 43 – Concord, Portsmouth Western terminus of NH 152
Nottingham 5.8 9.3 NH 156 south (Raymond Road) – Raymond Northern terminus of NH 156
Strafford Lee 9.3 15.0 NH 125 (Calef Highway) – Epping, Rochester
10.4 16.7 NH 155 (North River Road) – Madbury, Dover
Rockingham Newmarket 15.3 24.6 NH 108 (Main Street/Exeter Road) – Durham, Stratham Eastern terminus of NH 152
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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