GREENBURGH, N.Y. — We've got a challenge for sharp-eyed readers who think they know Greenburgh. Can you tell us where this photo was taken?
Each Saturday, we'll be posting a photo of an architectural feature or object found somewhere in Greenburgh. It's up to you to figure out the name of the building, street or landmark where we took the photo. Points will be awarded to the first person who correctly gives the photo's location. We'll be keeping a list of our attentive readers.
This week's clue: Perhaps you encounter the windmill when you have a toothache, or maybe some joint pain.
Post your answers in the comment section below or on The Greenburgh Daily Voice’s Facebook or Twitter pages.
Last week's challenge solved: The monument was located in front of the Elmsford Village Hall. We awarded a point to both debraeldo and GDub for correctly guessing the location.
The "Where in Greenburgh?" Leaderboard:
1. GDub – 2 points
2. Claudiavonsyr – 1 point
3. Greenburghmomof2 – 1 point
4. debraeldo – 1 point