Where In LV: German Valley Bridge Sign
The lowercase 'c.' stands for Circa.
We stayed on the beaten path this week, and at the very last minute, we found ourselves a winner.
Where In Long Valley headed to the German Valley Bridge spanning the south branch of the Raritan River, flowing beneath Schooley's Mountain Road, and snapped a shot of the "c." on the informational plaque attached to the overpass.
That "c." stands for circa, explaining that the bridge was built around 1870.
Reader Rob Cline guessed the location correctly late Thursday, and he is being crowned King of Terrificness this week. Congratulations, Rob!
Check back next week to see if you can figure out our next clue.