This Abandoned Coal Mine In Scotland Is Now A Modern-Day Stonehenge
In five years, Scotland plans to run on nothing but renewable energy. The country's few remaining coal mines are shutting down, leaving a question: How should towns deal with the ugly scars left behind by abandoned mines?
Near the village of Sanquhar, the answer is a massive, 55-acre work of land art. Looking like a modern Stonehenge, it builds a miniature multiverse from 2,000 boulders found on the site.