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You can see 7 proper counties From Lowbury Hill on the Oxfordshire / Berkshire border: Oxfordshire lots Buckinghamshire Chilterns Berkshire watership down Hampshire Beacon hill Wiltshire near Coombe gibbit Gloucestershire Cotswolds Northamptonshire Musswell Hill.


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The answer depends on how the question is asked. GPS coordinates (i.e., longitude and latitude) are: Pochnoi Point, Semisopochnoi Island, Alaska 51°57'42"N 179°46'23"E Amatignak Island, Alaska 51°16'7"N 179°8'55"W Thereby making the point in the U.S. that is the farthest east Pochnoi Point and the point in the U.S. that is farthest west Amatignak Island. ...


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This one definitely does not tick all the boxes, but as asked by the OP, here comes an historic example: The SNCF X3800 "Picasso" (more details in french) was used from 1950 to 1988 in France. However, it definitely does not qualify for "high-speed" (top speed 120 km/h). It is still in use on a few heritage railway lines (see french Wikipedia page linked ...


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The Romancecar services by the Odakyu Railway in Japan... The line connects Shinjuku in Tokyo with various tourist areas towards Mt. Fuji to the southwest. The trains with passengers seats at the front of the train (only the type 7000 and 50000 trains are currently in operation) are primary used on train services to Hakone. The schedule identifies which ...


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(some of the info here might be dated - but still it might show that such a process is indeed recognized by some international laws) Yes , Since I am travelling really a lot for business, I have encountered them in some (special) situation, although not in Airports, but in walk-in borders , trains or ferries - and usually where the countries have a special ...


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When flying from Mexico to Cuba, I bought my Cuban visa in the Cancún airport. The visa was "approved" by virtue of being paid for, but I still went through the normal immigration process in Havana, and presumably could have been denied entry at that time. This sounds like it meets your criteria for visa on departure, but as the visa process was quite lax, ...


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In order to have a 'visa on departure' the destination country would need to have staff or a sub-contracter at every airport with the service offered. And the costs for such would be high and would only be cost effective at airport with high volume to the destination. The USA has CBP agents at a few global airports handling pre-clearance for flights to ...


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That is, a visa that is applied for (and granted) at the airport before boarding or checking in for a flight to the visa issuing country? Not a visa per se, but there are examples of pre-authorization that is required for exiting a country. In India and Pakistan (perhaps others, I know personally of these two countries) in addition to a normal ...



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