ⓘ Beecher Falls-East Hereford Border Crossing

                                     

ⓘ Beecher Falls-East Hereford Border Crossing

The Beecher Falls-East Hereford Border Crossing connects the towns of East Hereford, Quebec and the village of Beecher Falls, Vermont on the Canada–United States border. It is reached by Vermont Route 253 on the American side and by Quebec Route 253 on the Canadian side. Both the Canadian and the U.S. stations are open 24 hours a day. Whilst the Canadian station is open for commercial traffic, this is only on a more limited basis. The U.S. station facilities, built in the 1930s, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014.

                                     
  • three miles from the Beecher Falls - East Hereford Border Crossing A US Border patrol regional headquarters is between the two crossings Remnants of the old
  • was apprehended when she tried to enter the US at the Beecher Falls - East Hereford Border Crossing with another Algerian man. Garofalo was found to have
  • passing some homes before reaching the Beecher Falls - East Hereford Border Crossing North of the border crossing VT 253 runs north for a short distance
  • list of border crossings along the International Boundary between Canada and the United States. They are ordered from west to east crossings with Alaska
  • States border The highway provides access to the Canaan Hereford Road Border Crossing The highway continues north from the border crossing as Quebec
  • are Canaan Hereford Road, 1.9 miles 3.1 km northwest of West Stewartstown via Vermont Routes 114 and 141, and Beecher Falls East Hereford 2.2 miles
  • disobeyed his orders and went down to the Line House on the Beecher Falls - East Hereford Border Crossing Once he returned to camp, Jigger realized at once where
  • Reservoir terminating in Hartland, Connecticut just south of the Massachusetts border The reservoir flooded many buildings and farms of Barkhamsted, including
  • North Cornwall. Wendy Coombey, Community Partnership and Funding Officer, Hereford Diocese. For services to churches in Herefordshire. Dr. Tracey Cooper
  • the village center, and less than 1 mile 1.6 km south of the Canadian border It reaches a maximum depth of approximately 100 feet 30 m and sits 322