Van Buren - St. Leonard Border Crossing

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Van Buren - St. Leonard Border Crossing
Van Buren Maine aerial during 2008 flood.jpg
The US Border Inspection Station at Van Buren, ME taken during the flood of May 2008
Country United States; Canada

US Port: 67 Bridge Street Van Buren, Maine 04785

Canadian Port: 10 Bridge Street, St. Leonard, New Brunswick E7E 1Y1
Coordinates 47°09′35″N 67°55′51″W / 47.159643°N 67.930827°W / 47.159643; -67.930827
Opened 1847
US Phone (207) 868-3391
Canadian Phone (506) 473-6282
Hours Open 24 Hours

The Van Buren - St. Leonard Border Crossing is located at the Saint Leonard – Van Buren Bridge that connects the town of Van Buren, Maine with St. Leonard, New Brunswick on the Canada–United States border. During the 19th century, hand-pulled ferry service connected these two cities. In 2008, a flood of the Saint John River severely damaged the Van Buren border station.[1] A new facility was completed in 2013.

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  1. ^ "Construction of new Van Buren border station to detour traffic for 3 days". Bangor Daily News. September 28, 2012. Retrieved 2014-07-21.