marker 1521 and the vista towards west and bm 1520.
boundary follows generally in the middler of a 2,8 m wide ditch with an
exception at bm 1521 as this border treaty sketch describes.
marker 1521A towards northwest.
boundary marker is turned 45° as the boundary turns 90°. Photographed
to south and bm 1521. The boundary ditch is clearly visible.
bm 1521A towards east and bm 1521B.
the same motif as above. Notice the Lithuanian railway horn sign to right.
northernmost part of switch system is some 10 m from the boundary line.
boundary on the railroad photographed straight from bm 1521B towards west
and bm 1521A.
railroad switch to left. Photo from bm 1522 towards north and bm
1521B. At the turn of the road we ca see railroad signal lights on
the Latvian side belonging to the Turmantas railway station. In January
1938 the Polish and the Latvian sides signed an agreement allowing the
Polish railway station to maintain the signal lights which then were 100 m
north of the boundary.
marker 1521B and a Latvian house only 10 m behind the boundary.
from bm 1522 towards north. Notice bm 1521B behind. On this side of
the railroad the boundary does not follow the ditch.
1522 photographed towards southeast.
from boundary marker 1522 towards east. Marker 1523 is not visible
due to the vegetation. The concrete pole seems to stand exactly on the
towards south and bm 1522 (left) and 1521 (right).
view towards south from bm 1522.
to The Republic of Lithuania.
former border control post seemed closed down for good.