It Looks Like a European Castle, But Looks Can Be Deceiving

Every year, millions of visitors pass the spot where these restrooms are located. Perhaps you were among them and can identify this historic spot.

It Looks Like a European Castle, But Looks Can Be Deceiving

Every year, millions of visitors pass the spot where these restrooms are located. Perhaps you were among them and can identify this historic spot.

This group of green Satellite Industries restrooms is placed in a historically significant urban area where people gather regularly to celebrate, listen to speakers, enjoy music and other entertainment. It can get very crowded, and conditions can be hot and muggy sometimes. It’s at these times where people need a place to find relief. Portable sanitation companies that work in big, busy city centers face many challenges when they place and service these restrooms. In this case, these units are just a drop in the bucket compared to what you might find in this location many weeks of the year.

Take a look at these clues and see if you can identify the exact location of this photo.

  1. The units sit on a lawn that stretches about 2 miles.
  2. You can stroll through Enid A. Haupt’s garden after using one of these restrooms.
  3. The building in the background was built in 1855 using a $500,000 donation from a British chemist, illegitimate son of the Duke of Northumberland. He never visited the building, but he is buried there, in a former janitor’s closet.
  4. The building stands out in the landscape, built from Seneca Red sandstone in the 12th century faux Norman style. It has nine towers.
  5. The building once housed many valuable objects, but no longer does.
  6. A large, pointy object is nearby.

 To win the contest, be the first person to respond with the name of the city, the building in the background and its address. The winner will receive a Portable Restroom Operator T-shirt and recognition as a geographical whiz. Send your responses to me at editor@promonthly.com. The winner will be announced at www.promonthly.com and through the PRO Facebook page. 



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