Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Hidden Location #3 and the answer to #2

The responses were in the neighborhood but not on the money. The answer is W. Hill Street looking east. That's the 14th Street Railroad overpass in the distance and beyond that 13th Street and the Park Hill area.

The hint had to do with the street intersection where the picture was taken. On the south side of Hill it is 16th; on the north side it is 15th. Hence the -1, the difference between 16 and 15. And the railroad, which takes the place of 14th, allows for the second -1.


Here is a new photo --

4 comments:

JeffNClifton said...

Brook St. at Main, looking south. Kurfees Paint (?) on the left and Abell Elevator (?) on the right.

Anonymous said...

Noble,
That was to easy, I think I'm going to start posting my own pic's.
Marty

JeffNClifton said...

I agree that was fairly easy. I used to work in the Waterside building and that particular block was a part of my 15-minute break physical fitness walk.

Garton said...

More importantly, that is corner where one G. Reyes and E. Sawyer reside... in the Carlyle Building.

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