Newfoundland and Labrador Route 350

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Newfoundland and Labrador Route 350, commonly known as The Botwood Highway is a side highway in Central Newfoundland that leads from the Trans-Canada Highway near Bishop's Falls and Grand Falls-Windsor to Botwood, Newfoundland and Labrador and Point Leamington. It is approximately 70 km in length and contains several side roads to communities located off the route, such as Peterview, and Route 352 that leads to Point of Bay and the Cottrells Cove-Fortune Harbour area. Route 350-17 branches off in Point Leamington and connects the small community of Pleasantview to the main route. Route 350 continues on from Point Leamington for another 25 km north to Leading Tickles where the road officially ends. Along the way a short road connect Glover's Harbour to the main route as well.

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