New Hampshire Roads - Circumferential Hwy.
Circumferential Highway, Nashua
All that exists of the Circumferential Highway is a stub from Exit 2 of the Everett Tpk. That means that each ramp gets its own letter designation, which shows up on mileposts. The fact that there are mileposts at all indicates that this highway was meant for something more - as an eastern loop around Hudson and Nashua, in fact. A is the mainline, C is the SB Everett Tpk. exit, and D is the ramp that splits from C to Daniel Webster Highway, former US 3 (which now follows the Everett in this area).
The highway ends at a stub at NH 3A south of Hudson. There's not a lot to bypass here.
Looking west from NH 3A at the stub.
Onto the mainline Everett Tpk. (US 3)
Onto NH 3A
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