Cellular Antennas on a blue Water Tower

by Dave

Big Blue Monster Cell Site

Big Blue Monster Cell Site

Saw this blue water tank driving through Jacksonville, North Carolina recently. Thought it would look good the site. Next time I'll try to snap a photo from the front. Check out the big White Eyeball in the top corner!

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Feb 05, 2015
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Dec 05, 2013
What a good looking water tank.
by: Anonymous

Good thing the antennas keep the water ncie and warm.

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