Picture This! – Answers

Can you identify these lesser-known landmarks of Westchester?

There are certain county images — the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, White Plains skyline, Kensico Dam — that are instantly recognizable no matter the shot. But figuring out this sextet of zoomed-in images from around Westchester is a little more challenging. How many can you identify?

 

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“He Is Risen,” the final of 15 Stations of the Cross at St. Augustine Church in Ossining facing Hudson River. Conceived and designed by Italian artist Nino Di Simone in 1996.

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Photo by Heather Sommer

Stew Leonard Animated Chiquita Banana Figure, Yonkers

 

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Dummy Light in Croton-on-Hudson

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In October 2007, a life-sized statue of Abraham Lincoln appeared at an old rail depot situated between Peekskill’s Riverfront Green Park and Homestyle Desserts Bakery. A sign promised that a museum dedicated to Lincoln and his stop at the depot on February 19, 1861, would someday emerge. This past October, the Lincoln Depot Museum finally opened, providing us with a refurbished 3,000-square-foot collection of art and artifacts from and about the 16th president.

 

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Machine Gun at Buns & Bourbon in Peekskill

 

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Photo by Adam Sommer

A toy soldier at the entrance to Rye Playland.

 

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