ⓘ St. John–Lena Border Crossing

                                     

ⓘ St. John–Lena Border Crossing

The St. John–Lena Border Crossing connects the towns of St. John, North Dakota and Killarney, Manitoba on the Canada–US border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 30 on the American side and Manitoba Highway 18 on the Canadian side.

The border station of the United States was built in 1937 and was added to the U.S. national register of historic places in 2014. Until 1930, the border station Canada is located in Killarney, Manitoba, about 20 km, 12 km from the international border that was inconvenient for local residents, and vulnerable to smuggling. Was the border station, built in Lena, Manitoba in 1930, and was replaced in 1961.

                                     
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