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silky1's avatar

Can you actually see the stones where the Mason Dixon line lies anywhere along the line?

Asked by silky1 (1510points) October 14th, 2010

Just wondering

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perg's avatar

Wikipedia says many are still visible, on public land and protected by cages. The entry includes a photo of a crownstone but it looks pretty old (caption info is unclear).

josie's avatar

There use to be a few crownstones along the line. I do not know if they have been removed or not. Back in the 80s, there was one they found at the Maryland Delaware boundary and a friend of mine saw it. I have never seen one but seen lots of pictures. They look pretty tired.

marinelife's avatar

Yes, you can. Here is one.

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MissCupid's avatar

I saw a program that followed it and they found some. THey’re not really marked though so it’s hard…

busta21's avatar

What is the Mason Dixon Line?

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