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2. Corbel Stonehenge

Just a few yards away from Wheeler Park on McCulloch are stones arranged in circular fashion. These stones are actually from the London Bridge, used in the structure when it was still in England. Called corbel stones, these were used as superincumbent weights that would act as brackets for something hanging off of the bridge. The pieces not used to rebuild the bridge can be found by Wheeler Park, the Queen’s Bay fountain, and by Lake Havasu City Properties and Safeway.

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