New Hampshire Roads - NH 101

NH 10/12 NB and NH 101 WB all lead to NH 9. I feel the need to interpret this sign because of the number of items on it. NH 101 ends along this triplex instead of where it first meets NH 12, which only makes sense to motorists who can follow a maximum of two routes (9-101 instead of 9-12-101).

The last two routes of that concurrency in the EB direction.

EB in Dublin.

NH 101 EB's chance to get to I-293 NB, after already merging with I-293 SB (and thus these ramps also function as U-turns). These are on the far side of the Everett Tpk. interchange - I-293 north of here is also part of the Turnpike, but not tolled. NH 101 has a short freeway stub west of here, that may eventually be extended as part of NH 101, but almost certainly was meant to be part of I-92 had that freeway been advanced.

I-93 SB/NH 101 WB, splitting on the south side of Manchester.

There are no exit numbers on the next set of signs, because numbering only begins at the divided (four-lane) freeway west of I-95. There are unnumbered exit tabs on signs east of that division, but only for the first full-freeway interchange. The eastern section of NH 101, including in the vicinity of I-95, probably would not have been part of I-92 (it was alternately taken to Portsmouth, Portland ME, and places in between or even farther north).

WB New Hampshire multiplex-type signage on the Super-2, except there's only one route here.

Not the best pictures, but showing how NH uses a top yellow band on BGS's to denote toll roads. The second one is a mistake; the word "TO" shouldn't be there, as this exit leads directly onto I-95.

NH 101A

Onto NH 10
Onto NH 12
To NH 9
Onto I-293
Onto I-93
Onto I-95
I-92 on Steve Anderson's
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