Tucked away in New York City’s third largest park in Van Cortlandt is The Bronx’s own ‘Stonehenge’ if you will.
If you’ve ever walked along the Putnam Trail, which is along the Old Putnam rail line, you might have noticed a row of 13 pillars just standing in, well, the middle of nowhere if you will.
Sure they’re not in a circular pattern like the original but if you’ve seen them you can pretty much see why some folks call it that.
Well did you know that those stones were set up to test out which ones to use for the construction of Grand Central Terminal? The ones that weathered best would be used in the landmark’s construction.
Find out below which ones were used: