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The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the towns of Walhalla, North Dakota and Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 on the Canadian side and is surrounded by Pembina County, North Dakota and the . In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.

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  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the towns of Walhalla, North Dakota and Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 on the Canadian side and is surrounded by Pembina County, North Dakota and the . In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the towns of Walhalla, North Dakota and Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 on the Canadian side and is surrounded by Pembina County, North Dakota and the Rural Municipality of Stanley, Manitoba. In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the towns of Walhalla, North Dakota and Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 in Pembina County on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 in the Rural Municipality of Stanley on the Canadian side. In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the town of Walhalla, North Dakota and city of Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 in Pembina County on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 in the Rural Municipality of Stanley on the Canadian side. In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the town of Walhalla, North Dakota and city of Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 in Pembina County on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 in the Rural Municipality of Stanley on the Canadian side. In 2012, the U.S. replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
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  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the towns of Walhalla, North Dakota and Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 on the Canadian side and is surrounded by Pembina County, North Dakota and the . In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the towns of Walhalla, North Dakota and Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 on the Canadian side and is surrounded by Pembina County, North Dakota and the Rural Municipality of Stanley, Manitoba. In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the towns of Walhalla, North Dakota and Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 in Pembina County on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 in the Rural Municipality of Stanley on the Canadian side. In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the town of Walhalla, North Dakota and city of Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 in Pembina County on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 in the Rural Municipality of Stanley on the Canadian side. In 2012, the US replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
  • The Walhalla–Winkler Border Crossing connects the town of Walhalla, North Dakota and city of Winkler, Manitoba on the Canada–United States border. It is connected by North Dakota Highway 32 in Pembina County on the American side and Manitoba Highway 32 in the Rural Municipality of Stanley on the Canadian side. In 2012, the U.S. replaced the Walhalla border station it built in 1962. Canada's border station at Winkler was built in 1945, which was replaced in 1968, and was slated to be replaced in 2017.
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