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Many people want to avoid visiting the place in this week’s image. If you think you know where it is, call (706) 823-3403 and leave your name, area code and telephone number, and how to spell your first and last names.

Many people want to avoid visiting the place in this week’s image. If you think you know where it is, call (706) 823-3403 and leave your name, area code and telephone number, and how to spell your first and last names. Be specific. The deadline to answer is 2 p.m. Friday. If your name is picked from among the correct answers, you will win a gift from The Augusta Chronicle. Forty-six people correctly guessed last week’s photo as the train trestle at the end of Riverwalk going over the Savannah River into South Carolina. Woodrow Youngblood received the prize. Others who correctly identified the picture were Robert Turman, Eddie Johnson, Frances Maney, Doris Smith, Danny Craig, Aretha Wade, Bobby Barnes, Ronnie Thompson, Harold Williams, J.D. Jackson II, Brian Mulherin, McKinley Brantley, Patricia Bowen, Vera Taylor, Diane Davies, Curtis Bussey, Frank Trammell Jr., Jerry Wren, Jeanie Rogers, Ann Walters, June Hattaway, Christy Rountree, Beverly Martin, Gregory Hughes, Rick and Gail Murphy, Martha Baxter, Bobby Moyer, Janice Whitaker, Andy Stephens, John Moore, Ann McKnight, Patsy Scott, Leroy T. Hogans, James Boyd, Mary E. Donaldson, Johnnie Bignon, Deborah Barbee, John Smilak, Peggy Roberts, Anthony Frost, Ron Schoeffler, Janice Williams, Gloria Lassiter and Willie Pickens. Other guesses were the Fifth Street bridge, Riverwalk Augusta and Julian Smith Casino.

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Forty-six people correctly guessed last week’s photo as the train trestle at the end of Riverwalk going over the Savannah River into South Carolina.

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