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B14 is a horseshoe shaped route in northern Tasmania, running from Railton & Kimberley Roads (B13) at Railton through Sheffield and back north to the Devonport area, ending on Mersey Main Road (B19) about 5 km west of where B13 starts. It services important tourist towns like Sheffield and is used as a through route towards Cradle Mountain.

History:

Railton to Spreyton   Spreyton to Railton
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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Kimberley Rd (B13) approaching Crocker St, Foster St (B13 & B14) at Railton. November 2007.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  Southbound Near Lower Barrington:
Travelling south from Spreyton, the roadscape is dominated by Mt Roland - picture taken south of Lower Barrington near Weeks Road, November 2007.

Image © Peter Renshaw

      Entering Sheffield:
Entering Sheffield from the west, approaching West Kentish Rd (C141) and West Nook Rd. November 2007.

Image © Peter Renshaw

1 Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources, Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016, 2009/10 Work Program, September 2009

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