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- 4 june 2004 -
Double and flattened bm's

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A nice & easy stroll from Puigcerda (where Karin and I are spending a few days) to Bourg-Madame and back.
We cross the border-bridge and make a loop in Bourg-Madame
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Bm480 : both markers

This bridge crosses the river Rahur which is the border for 1,5 km here.
In the middle of the bridge you see the two markers right and left. Along the river there are several double bordermarkers: one at the French side, one at the Spanish side.




Bm480north

At the north-side of the bridge.



Bm400south

At the south-side of the bridge


Bm483

We made a loop in Bourg-Madame and got back to the border at the sw-side of the village where we found this bm.

Another one - probably bm484 - was spotted further on in the fields (no picture made for whatever reason).

Bm481fr

While walking back to the borderbridge along the river, we stumbled on this peculiar bm: a metal plate in the streetsurface.
Bm481fr

In close-up. Note that this is one of two bordermarkers 481 on either side of the river.
A passerby told us that there was a similar plate back in the street. That had to be bm482 but we couldn't find it.
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