On a sunny day two miles from Stonehenge product designer and Engineer Garry Lavin tells BBC Wiltshire his theory of how the stones arrived at Stonehenge.
Garry is hoping to push a one ton stone to the heritage site in this polo-shaped woven basket.
His theory is that over 4,000 years ago Neolithic people would have woven a tyre made of wood around the stones and used their sheer strength to push them.
But for this test, Garry has already made his basket and it's proving a little tricky to get the stone in place.
The team help Garry Lavin put the two-and-a-half foot stone inside the wicker basket.
The basket-style structure would have been made out of new saplings but Garry's basket has dried out, so will it hold the stone?
They're off! The team start rolling the stone the two miles to Stonehenge. In the Neolithic period the stones travelled 200 miles from Wales to Wiltshire.
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