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Stafford Stones, oil on canvas. 24"x32" $1700. A Documentary illustration oil on cavas Stafford Stones – At Foothills Park in Lake Oswego, Oregon Tucked away in a corner of Lake Oswego's Foothills Park, home town to the Stafford family, is the Stonehenge-like monument known as the Stafford Stones. Created by artist Frank Boyden, the basalt columns are etched with inscriptions from the writings of William Stafford, considered by many to be one of Oregon's greatest poets. The map below shows the location of the Stafford Stones. Behind the stones is the Lake Oswego Railroad Bridge. A Truss Railroad Bridge The Lake Oswego Railroad Bridge is a truss railroad bridge that spans the Willamette River between Lake Oswego, Oregon and Oak Grove, Oregon. Owned by the Union Pacific Railroad, it is currently leased by the Portland and Western Railroad.