Early in 2017 a drone was successfully navigated over the rocky terrain of Coral Castle, resulting in some impressive new perspectives on alignments within the stones. Code 144 would like to thank the contributor of these photos for all they provide to research efforts and inspiration.
The most obvious change is a new quarry which appears to have been very recently excavated in the north. The origins or reasoning for its existence has not been completely established, and we expect to learn more about it soon. This new quarry does fall into interesting alignments with a section of the north wall. Get in touch with us if you have more information about this 'enhancement' of Coral Castle.
Facing the South East:
Over the well known quarry in the South of Coral Castle:
The greatest photo for comparing alignments of the stones:
Next to the North Pond and the Polaris Telescope is the new Quarry:
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We are also happy to provide higher resolution copies of the images, especially for research purposes.
Two photos taken at ground level show the new Quarry, including a sign that fails to answer all of our questions.