Article 50 / Leaving the European Union

In the early 90's I spent a month interrailing in Europe. Ever since, whenever I think of Europe I always think of trains. Railways are its skeleton, holding it all together.  In 1994, not long after the Maastricht Treaty had cemented the EU in legislation, the Channel Tunnel opened connecting the railways of Britain with those on the continent. The UK's marriage to Europe seemed celebrated then. It has now been annuled by Brexit. So in the summer of 2017 I moved to Belgium and took to the trains once again in search of Europe. Schengen Area Railway Borders is the resulting project and a work in progress.