ⓘ East Richford–Glen Sutton Border Crossing

                                     

ⓘ East Richford–Glen Sutton Border Crossing

The East Richford–Glen Sutton Border Crossing connects the towns of Sutton, Quebec and Richford, Vermont on the Canada–US border. During the early 20th century, this scenic road was a major east-west thoroughfare. In 1936, the United States built a large border station which is still in use today, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. By coincidence, the actual border crossing is on the Missisquoi River Bridge, built in 1929 and also listed on the US National Register. The original bridge, built in 1926, was destroyed only a year later in the Great Vermont Flood of 1927. The US station is open 24 hours, the Canadian station is open daily from 8:00am to 4:00pm.

                                     
  • Sutton with Vermont Route 105A in Richford between the border stations of the East Richford Glen Sutton Border Crossing The bridge was built by the state
  • junction with VT 105A Glen - Sutton Road VT 105A runs northeast to border while VT 105 runs through dense woods in Richford Making a huge curve to
  • list of border crossings along the International Boundary between Canada and the United States. They are ordered from west to east crossings with Alaska