I visited this point as part of the IBRG DEDK21 expedition. Bejerskro is a small rural border crossing between Denmark and Germany. A bridge crosses the Gammelå, a small river that marks the border and flows east to west at this point. There are regional signs in both Denmark and Germany as well as border marker #182. Surveillance cameras provide remote viewing. No border guards required. Up to 2011 there was a small building on the Danish side for border control, long since demolished.
Extract from the 1920 Border Treaty
Border marker #182
There were 2 markers which is normal for a river, one on either side.
Closed border during the COVID pandemic
Along with all other crossings this one was closed during the pandemic. All photos: Steen Schelde with thanks.
Date of Visit: 25 September 2021