|This map will give you and idea where the border|
crossings may be. The dotted red line is the border.
|This sign is welcoming you into the Dutch side of the island.|
It is an old sign that at one time was located on the road
from Marigot into the Dutch side at the new swing bridge.
The monument is on the right, directly before the sign.
|This old photo shows a dedication ceremony at the location|
that is right before the sign pictured in the photo above.
In the distance to the right can be seen the sign welcoming
you into the French side of the island.
|This is the same location today. Notice the tall monument|
has a few new plaques attached to it for ceremonies that
were held to rededicate the border monument.
|This is another border crossing on the road|
leading from Quartier-d'Orlean to the road
that leads to Philipsburg on the Dutch side.
|Border crossing on the far east of the island on the road|
that leads from Philipsburg to Oyster Pond.
|This photo I found online and it show the border crossing|
on the far west side of the island on the road that leads
from the Dutch Lowlands to Terres Bases on the French side.