Fort Covington–Dundee Border Crossing

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Fort Covington-Dundee Border Crossing
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Dundee, Quebec Canadian Border Inspection Station
Country United States; Canada

US Port: Water Street, Fort Covington, New York 12937

Canadian Port: 8750 Route 132, Sainte-Agnès-de-Dundee, Quebec J0S 1L0
Coordinates 44°59′26″N 74°44′22″W / 44.990602°N 74.739561°W / 44.990602; -74.739561
Opened 1844
US Phone (518) 358-2444
Canadian Phone (514) 264-5709
Hours Open 24 Hours

Fort Covington-Dundee is a border crossing connecting Sainte-Agnès-de-Dundee, Quebec in Canada to Fort Covington, New York. The crossing is notable because the boundary line crosses through the now-defunct Taillon's International Hotel, where it was possible to order a drink in Canada and play pool in the United States. The hotel was built in 1820,[1] prior to the Webster–Ashburton Treaty of 1842, which redefined this section of the Canada–United States border.

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