The drum roll, please! This week’s winner is Sarah Liebenthal, who correctly answered that this decorative spire can be found atop the Cheesecake Factory restaurant on Highway 100. Advance to the next photo to see the complete picture.
Let’s have a round of applause for Thomas Liebenthal, who correctly answered that this is a light fixture attached to a gasoline pump at the Wauwatosa Gas station. Advance to the next photo to see the complete picture.
Three cheers for Christina Feliciano, who correctly answered that this brickwork can be found at St. Matthew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1615 North Ave. Advance to the next photo to see the complete picture.
A tip of the hat to Keith Stachowiak, Jr., who correctly answered that this decoration can be found outside Tosa Liquor at 66th Street and North Avenue. Advance to the next photo to see the complete picture.
Congratulations to Anne Janssen, who correctly answered that these address numbers can be found on the northwest corner of Wauwatosa East High School. Advance to the next photo to see the complete picture.
Although we received several very close guesses, no one got this one quite right. These bolts connect two sections of the Highway 100 bridge over the Menomonee River and railroad tracks north of Watertown Plank Road. Better luck next time!
This is the top portion of the sign at the entrance to Dale Breitlow Field, behind the Fisher Building at 120th Street and North Avenue. Congratulations to Jeff Justin, who answered correctly and wins a pair of movie passes.
One glance at the reflection helped a handful of Tosans place this holiday decoration, which is located near the intersection of State Street and Harwood Avenue. Congrats to this week's winner, Kevin Michel, for correctly answering this one!
This is a closeup of the rivets on the railroad bridge over the Menomonee River in the Village, near Cafe Hollander. Congratulations to this week's winner, John Stearns, who was among a handful of people to submit the correct answer.
Dozens of people knew that this photo is a shot of the pedestrian bridge over the Menomonee River in Hoyt Park. Congratulations to Tina Kennedy, whose name was randomly selected as our weekly winner from all the correct entries.
Plenty of readers know that this photo is a shot of the door to the Muellner Building in Hart Park, home of the Wauwatosa Curling Club. Congratulations to Fred Olson, who was this week's contest winner.
These decorative wooden fleur-de-lys can be seen on the building that houses Robertson Ace Hardware, 1417 Underwood Ave. Congratulations to Roger Pierson, who was one of a handful of people who knew the correct answer.