Cave Spring, Virginia: Partial Stonehenge

This Stonehenge is really just a pair of 20-foot-tall trilithons, but it used have the word "Stonehenge" in front of it in fake stone letters. Built in 1976 by George Solonevich, restored in 2016.
Londonderry Lane, Cave Spring, VA
East of downtown. From Hwy 419/Electric Rd turn south at the stoplight (just west of the railroad overpass) onto Hwy 800/Chaparral Drive. Drive south, continue straight through one stoplight, and you'll see the Stonehenge up ahead on the left.
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Stonehenge subdivision.

Partial Stonehenge

This Stonehenge is now a sign leading into a subdivision.

[Angie Harvey, 07/19/2016]

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