former crossing point, called Ūsiškiai in the prewar period, is located about 350 m southwest of border marker
no. 0984. It was one of the most strange on entire
Latvian-Lithuanian boundary, namely because it was closed for exit from
(of border crossing): 56° 16' 52"N 24° 15' 53"E
the Latvian entry point was marked with EU country and traffic information
signs. The pile of gravel on the Latvian side was bypassed by the
locals. More suitable for tractors and bikes than for low undercarriage vehicles.
the southern side of the pile there was no sign that the Lithuanian part
of the road was about to be overgrown by grass and brushes...