Saint Andrews (2016 population: 1,786) is a town in Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada.The historic town is a national historic site of Canada, bearing many characteristics of a typical 18th century British colonial settlement, including the original grid layout with its market square, and the classical architecture.
Rothesay (/ ˈ r ɒ (θ) s eɪ /) is a town located in Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. It is adjacent to the City of Saint John along the Kennebecasis River . Contents
Also in 1929 CNJ purchased a 30 percent interest in the Raritan River Railroad, a 12-mile (19 km) short line from Perth Amboy to New Brunswick. In 1931 it acquired total ownership of the Wharton & Northern Railroad and a partial interest in the Mount Hope Mineral Railroad from Warren Foundry & Pipe Corporation.
This is a list of numbered provincial highways in the Canadian province of New Brunswick. These provincial highways are maintained by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure in New Brunswick. For a list of formerly-numbered highways, see List of former New Brunswick provincial highways
Route 440 is a state highway in New Jersey, United States.It comprises two segments, a 5.15-mile (8.29 km) freeway in Middlesex County linking Interstate 287 (I-287) and the New Jersey Turnpike (), in Edison to the Outerbridge Crossing in Perth Amboy and a 8.18-mile (13.16 km) four-lane divided highway in Hudson County running from the Bayonne Bridge in Bayonne to U.S. Route 1/9 Truck (US 1-9 ...