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Milwaukee's unique buildings

The Milwaukee area has some pretty strange and unique buildings and homes within its city limits.

There is the home built to look like a boat on Cambridge Avenue, not far from the UW-Milwaukee campus.

Gustorf boat house, photo from MPL's Milwaukee's Historic Photos digital collection

There is also the pagoda-style former Wadham's gas station which still exists at the corner of 76th and Greenfield in West Allis.

Wadham's gas station, photo is from MPL's Milwaukee's Historic Photos digital collection.

What unique and strange buildings have you seen in the Milwaukee area?


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