Lincoln, Massachusetts: Ponyhenge (Retired Rocking Horses)

Cryptic circle of children's rocking horses in a field. Hardly as mysterious or astronomically configured as the 'henge in England, but cuter.

Old Sudbury Rd, Lincoln, MA
Southeast of town. On the north side of Old Sudbury Rd/Waltham Rd, either a half-mile east of Hwy 117, or a mile west of Hwy 126.
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Rocking Horse circle.


On Old Sudbury Road in Lincoln you can see a field of retired rocking horses. They are periodically rearranged into different formations. No one is really sure where they came from, but occasionally a few more appear.

[Jessica Tynan, 01/22/2017]

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