Pike's Peek





  • Ding, dong, we have a winner! Three in fact...

    Dr. Marc B. Kramer knew where to find the detail in last week's clue. He writes, "The bell, which originally hung in the original Milford firehouse is a memorial to Milford firefighters and to the 343 FDNY firefighters lost on 9/11. In addition to the bell, there is a piece of steel taken from the remains of the world trade center. The memorial can be found on W. Catherine Street across from the Milford fire station."

    Doug and Babette Dow write, "The bell in the mystery photo can be found at the Fireman's Memorial Park across from the Fire Department Building. It is in remembrance of those lost in the World Trade Center September 11, 2001. The bell was made from steel recovered from the 33rd floor of the North Tower."

    And Pike County Commissioner Matt Osterberg's answer: "The Fire Bell Monument located on West Catherine Street across from the Milford Fire House. This bell originally was mounted high atop the Boro Building built in 1899 as the Milford Boro Fire House."

    Super job this week, Peekers!

    Here's another clue to figure out. Where have you seen this detail? If you think you know, visit pikecountycourier.com and click on the Fun & Games tab at the top of the page.

    Thank you for playing along.

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