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Mark DiSanzo on July 24, 2009

I call this 'fake' because the sign is misleading. The farm house just beyond the sign is still in Vermont, and not Canada. The border station can be seen in the distance. The actual boundary runs through that building.

Proof Sheet on March 6, 2010

That is unusual to have this sign (I assume it is on US soil) before the border announcing you are entering QC.

Yanik Crépeau on May 21, 2010

One interesting about the "border station" is that both Canadian and US officials share the same building. Usually, you have one building just south of the border for US officials and a second one, just north of the border, for the Canadian officials.

Mark DiSanzo on May 21, 2010

Yes, I found out that they share the station because they both nearly arrested me for crossing over at the other end of Line Road!

AlphaMaven on July 27, 2011

This is not fake. i just drove through here earlier today from Burlington on my way up to Monteral. It is a tiny country road with farms all around.

Mark DiSanzo on July 27, 2011

Alpha, please see my first comment. The sign in the photo indicates that you're entering Canada, but you don't actually cross the border until 1000 feet up the road.

pegase1972 on August 6, 2011

They put the sign in advance so people don't end up at the border by accident.

Lancil8 on December 15, 2011

Very nice shot! LIKE! Welcome to the group 45th parallel north... ciao from Italy

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  • Uploaded on July 24, 2009
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    by Mark DiSanzo
    • Camera: Hewlett-Packard Photosmart M425
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