Walnut Grove, California: 40-Foot-Tall Re-Bar Statue Of Liberty (Gone)

Built by Larry and Tony Hamilton, who own a construction business, for the town's 2001 Christmas display. It's big but kind of wispy -- almost an outline -- since it's make entirely of thin steel wire.

Directions:
I-5 exit 498. Drive west on Twin Cities Rd until it ends. Turn left onto River Rd and drive south around three miles into Walnut Grove. The statue will be on the left, between A and C Sts.
Hours:
July 2010: Reported gone
Status:
Gone

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Liberty's remains?

40-Foot-Tall Re-Bar Statue Of Liberty

I looked all over [for this Research Target] but couldn't find the statue. The streets are not lettered anymore -- they have names. There was what looked like it could be parts of the statue abandoned in a field. However, the town of Walnut Grove is worth a visit. On the banks of the Sacramento River, charming historic buildings, a really cool draw bridge, etc.

[Escott O. Norton, 07/03/2010]

The Re-Bar Statue of Liberty was built by Larry and Tony Hamilton, who own a construction business, for the town's 2001 Christmas display.


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