As you stand on the border with Northern Ireland, there are very few indications on bridges or roads which also means there are no checks. But all of that could be about to change over the next few weeks depending on how Brexit goes.
On a visit to Belfast, the Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, has said he doesn't believe the UK will leave the European Union without a deal. Varadkar also laid out "new solutions to old problems" while speaking to business leaders in Northern Ireland.
The Good Friday Agreement is fast becoming a casualty of a flawed Brexit strategy and government failure to honour a UN-back bilateral treaty. And the people of Northern Ireland are the ones suffering because of it.
A reappearance of a border between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom is causing great concern for all parties involved. The EU could prevent this situation by conferring Ireland a special status.