New Hampshire Route 110

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New Hampshire Route 110 marker

New Hampshire Route 110
Route information
Maintained by NHDOT
Length: 24.78 mi[1] (39.88 km)
Major junctions
West end: US 3.svg US 3 in Northumberland
East end: NH Route 16.svg NH 16 in Berlin
Highway system

New Hampshire Routes

NH 109A NH 111

New Hampshire Route 110 (abbreviated NH 110) is a 24.78-mile (39.88 km) long east–west state highway in Coos County, northern New Hampshire. The road winds through the scenic, mountainous country of New Hampshire north of the White Mountain National Forest. NH 110 is locally named the Berlin-Groveton Highway.

The eastern terminus of NH 110 is in Berlin at New Hampshire Route 16 (White Mountain Road). The western terminus of NH 110 is at U.S. Route 3 in the village of Groveton, town of Northumberland, on the Connecticut River.

Suffixed routes[edit]

New Hampshire Route 110A[edit]

New Hampshire Route 110A
Location: Milan-Dummer
Length: 3.89 mi[1] (6.26 km)

New Hampshire Route 110A (abbreviated NH 110A) is a 3.89-mile (6.26 km) long connector road in the town of Milan, north of Berlin, USA. NH 110A is locally named Cedar Pond Road.

The eastern terminus of NH 110A is at New Hampshire Route 16 (White Mountain Road) 12 miles (19.3 km) north of Berlin. The western terminus is at New Hampshire Route 110 11.2 miles (18 km) northwest of Berlin.

New Hampshire Route 110B[edit]

New Hampshire Route 110B
Location: Milan
Length: 4.7 mi[1] (7.6 km)

New Hampshire Route 110B (abbreviated NH 110B) is a 4.7-mile (7.6 km) long connector road in the town of Milan, New Hampshire, north of Berlin. NH 110B is locally named Milan Hill Road.

The eastern terminus of NH 110B is at New Hampshire Route 16 near the Berlin Regional Airport. The western terminus is at New Hampshire Route 110A near Cedar Pond.

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