04-Jun-2010 -- Coming from 49°N-04°E I took the highway towards Paris and left it at Cocherel. I passed the town of Isles-les-Meldeuses and crossed the famous bridge over the river Marne.
To my amazement only a single lane crosses the bridge. From the photos I thought that it is a wide bridge. I pulled off North West of the bridge, 190 metres beeline to the point. By foot I crossed the first bridge and took a foot path down to the small island, which separates the river Marne in two arms.
Getting all zeros or at least reaching a distance less than 10 metres was a hard task. There are trees and scrub on the island, which hindered the Confluence dance. I finally stepped down to the bank and got my best reading there. It is likely that the exact point is in the water of the river only a few metres off the bank.
I returned to the bridge and took photos upstream towards the point (70 metres away), towards the nearby town Isles-les-Meldeuses and downstream.
It was noon and I had a rest at the nearby lakes and later drove to 49°N-02°E.