For almost ten years, every june 6th in the morning, my group and I go to the american side of the Brévands bridges without any problems of any kind. We were granted permission by the farmers to go there as long as we don't disturb the cattle or dig into the embankment like many people do in search of a few battle relics and that we put back everything in place after we leave. This year I went with Kevin Warren to the site as to take pictures for Jake McNiece. Here is a small selection of our photos ( Copyright © Demolition Men ).
The vehicle bridge ramp on the american side.
At my feet are the remains of the four wooden pillars from the vehicle bridge.
Behind Kevin, on the german side, the remains of the footbridge...
...and slightly inland the houses from where the Germans were firing.
The ramp of the vehicle bridge on the german side had been destroyed two years ago. I was lucky enough to take some photos before they took it off.
From where the guys stand you have the same view as the photo posted by Regfromthebulge.