marker 141/10 and in direction of IV/142 and 142/1.
marker IV/142 was taken up and laying down, but probably about at its
position. Photographed in direction of marker 141/10. All markers in this
part and until marker 143a are indirect markers, which means that they are
not put directly on the boundary, but close to it. From marker 142 and
until 143 odd numbers (142/1, 142/3 etc) are put on Polish side while even
numbers (142/2, 142/4 etc) are put on Czech side of the boundary.
marker 142/1 photographed in direction of marker 142/2.
Border marker IV/142 photographed
Border marker 142/2.
Border marker 142/3.
Border marker 142/4.
Border marker 142/5.
border crossing between Poland and Czechia.
Border marker 142-9 watched from north
Polish check-point close to the former border crossing.
Border marker 142/9.
Border marker 142-10.
marker 142/10 watched from south towards north. (Marker 142/9 is barely
visible in front of the check-point.)
marker 142/10 from a larger distance.
Border marker 142/11.
marker 142/12 in direction of marker 142/13.
Border marker 142/13.
Peter photographs border marker 142/14b while Jesper, Peter are Udo were
on their way further up the divided street on Polish side, while Steen
chose the Czech side.
Border markers 142/14a (to left) and
142/14b (to right). Until these two markers the street is divided. Marker
14a is an indirect marker, while 14b is a direct marker. The short lenght
between 14b and 143a is the last direct distance between two Czech -
Polish border markers.
Border marker 142/14b.
Border marker 142/14a.
marker IV/143a with marker 143b in the background. This is the last
Czech-Polish marker on dry land. From this point the boundary runs
in the middle of the Lubota or Oldrichovsky Brook. (There is no
marker 143b to left and 143/1 on the right side of the brook.