Where Is This In Greenburgh?

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Where can this giant be found in Greenburgh or Elmsford?
Where can this giant be found in Greenburgh or Elmsford? Photo Credit: Samantha Kramer

GREENBURGH, N.Y. — We have a challenge for our sharp-eyed readers who think they know Greenburgh. Can you tell us where this photo was taken?

Every Saturday, we'll post a photo of a landscape, architectural feature or object found in Greenburgh or Elmsford. See if you can take the challenge and name the building, street or landmark where the photo was taken.

Last week's photo was the Dairydel in Hartsdale. Congratulations to the following for guessing correctly:

  •   GDub
  •   Greenburgherwithpickles
  •   jimdisney
  •   Elizabeth Varuolo
  •   Sean Heinzinger

This week's clue: This big guy got used to seeing cars line up for him two weeks ago.

Post your answers in the comment section below or on The Greenburgh Daily Voice’s Facebook or Twitter pages.

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That is Paul Bunion of Elmsford NY his lost arm used to have an ax . But he had an ax ident .

And it's only one of two or maybe three left in the country. It's a shame it's been left to slowly fall apart.

While it's now at the BP station on 9a in Elmsford, for many years it was located at an Amoco gas station on Jerome Avenue in the South Bronx. And it was painted blue and red.

This is on Saw Mill River Road in Elmsford, just off 287

BP gas station on 9A. that thing's been there for years, whenever the station would change ownership they'd just repaint his uniform.