June 9, 2011
Ferry Avenue & Immigration StreetLooking northwest from Eastport, Idaho, U.S., toward Kingsgate, British Columbia, Canada.
The maroon truck on the right is seen crossing the International Boundary into Canada at the border station, obscured by the white building. The utility pole just to the right of the truck is in British Columbia.
The brown building is the Eastport Post Office, which shares space with United Parcel Service. The gray building further north is the Idaho Hotel. 
The borderline between Idaho and British Columbia is 45 miles long. It makes up the shortest land section of the border between the two nations.
(Google Maps, Google View from Canada, Bing Maps)

Ferry Avenue & Immigration Street
Looking northwest from Eastport, Idaho, U.S., toward Kingsgate, British Columbia, Canada.

The maroon truck on the right is seen crossing the International Boundary into Canada at the border station, obscured by the white building. The utility pole just to the right of the truck is in British Columbia.

The brown building is the Eastport Post Office, which shares space with United Parcel Service. The gray building further north is the Idaho Hotel. 

The borderline between Idaho and British Columbia is 45 miles long. It makes up the shortest land section of the border between the two nations.

(Google Maps, Google View from Canada, Bing Maps)