A 620-yard stretch of Highway 247 — called Canusa Street in Vermont and Rue Canusa in Quebec — is seen on May 21, 2016. On Canusa, the border runs east-west more or less right down the middle of the street. Drive on the north side going west and you are in Canada. Drive east and you are in the United States.
A 620-yard stretch of Highway 247 — called Canusa Street in Vermont and Rue Canusa in Quebec — is seen on May 21, 2016. On Canusa, the border runs east-west more or less right down the middle of the street. Drive on the north side going west and you are in Canada. Drive east and you are in the United States. William Marsden For the Washington Post
A 620-yard stretch of Highway 247 — called Canusa Street in Vermont and Rue Canusa in Quebec — is seen on May 21, 2016. On Canusa, the border runs east-west more or less right down the middle of the street. Drive on the north side going west and you are in Canada. Drive east and you are in the United States. William Marsden For the Washington Post