London Bridge

Per the nursery rhyme, a bridge in London really was falling down, slowly sinking into the River Thames. The rest of the story is that in the mid-1960s, someone bought the old thing for $2.6 million and had it shipped to Arizona. Robert P. McCulloch was the buyer, and his burgeoning community of Lake Havasu City was the bridge’s new home. The investment proved wise; thousands of visitors journey to Lake Havasu annually to see the rebuilt bridge and play in the lake’s waters.

Hwy. 95 between Parker & Kingman, Ariz.