26-Mar-2007 -- During this trip to Europe, I had originally planned to visit confluence points in the Czech Republic only. However, [49,15] - just across the border in neighbouring Austria - happened to be close to Cesky Krumlov, where I was staying that night, so I figured I'd try to visit it as well (while returning from my visit to [50,15] earlier that afternoon).
Driving South, I was able to cross from the Czech Republic into Austria without stopping. (During the Cold War years, I would have been shot trying to cross this border; ironically, it was only when I crossed back into the Czech Republic that I had to stop and show my passport.) Once in Austria, I drove past the Haugschlag Golf Resort on a series of narrow country roads, ending with a dirt road heading North through a pine forest (with logging currently active). Just 300m from the confluence point, a series of signs leads to "Meridianstein" ("Meridian Stone"). According to my GPS receiver, this stone is actually just over 100m from the confluence point, so visiting it alone would not count as a successful confluence visit. (It probably uses a different datum than WGS84.)
The actual confluence point lies in the forest, just West of a small lake. I apologize for the poor quality of my photos; it was almost sunset when I visited.