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?



“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



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.



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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