Confederation Street Cell Tower

by Derek
(Ontario)


This cell tower was constructed sometime in June this past summer replacing an older guyed tower. This tower serves as a placement for new Rogers Wireless antennas as well as some omni communication antennas that were on the previous older tower.

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Dec 04, 2010
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by: Tower Genius

Derek great photo as always. Thanks! This is why I think putting up a Tree Pole aka "FrankenPine" is almost never a great idea.

The white or gray color of the structure blends very well with the background.

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