Nova Scotia Trunk 14

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Highway 14 shield

Trunk 14
Route information
Maintained by Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal
Length: 73.8 mi (118.8 km)
Major junctions
East end: Trunk 2 in Milford Station
  Hwy 102 / Route 224 / Trunk 24 near Milford Station
Route 214 near Lower Nine Mile River
Route 202 in Cheese Factory Corner
Route 354 in Upper Rawdon
Route 202 in Centre Rawdon
Route 215 / Trunk 15 in Brooklyn
Hwy 101 / Trunk 1 in Garlands Crossing
Trunk 1 in Currys Corner
Hwy 103 near Robinsons Corner
West end: Trunk 3 in Robinsons Corner
Counties: Hants, Lunenburg
Towns: Windsor
Highway system

Provincial highways in Nova Scotia

Trunk 12 Trunk 16
View of Route 14 outside Chester, Nova Scotia, where it is called Windsor Road.

Trunk 14 is part of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia's system of Trunk Highways. The route runs from Chester to Milford through the Windsor area, for a distance of 118 kilometres.

Part of the Glooscap Trail

From a junction with Trunk 3 and Highway 103 in Chester, Trunk 14 runs north along the Windsor Road to Card Lake, then northeast through Vaughan and Martock to a junction with Trunk 1 at Currys Corner, near Windsor.

Trunk 14 follows Route 1 for a short distance to Garlands Crossing, where Trunk 14 branches off to the east. The route continues through the village of Brooklyn (running concurrently with Route 215 for a short distance) and then proceeds through the Rawdon region, turning southeast along the Nine Mile River to Lower Nine Mile River, where it turns eastward to its end at a junction with Trunk 2 and Highway 102 at Milford Station in the Musquodoboit Valley region.

Preceded by
Hwy 103 / Trunk 3
Trunk 14
Nova Scotia
Succeeded by
Hwy 102 / Trunk 2