Colour slide of a stone marker on the side of a road, denoting the line between Canada and the United States, as set out by the Treaty of 1846. The stone is a pointed erection in a stone base; the stone base is stamped "1988." The bottom of the marker reads "TREATY OF 1846/ LINE ESTABLISHED/ 1857-1861/ SURVEYED AND MARKED/ 1908-1937." The marker sits to the left of a road with bushes and brambles around it; there are trees in the background. This marker sits somewhere between Langley and Blaine in Washington State.