N. Routledge Park monopole cellular tower

by Derek
(Ontario)

monopole

monopole

I believe this is a Bell Mobility UMTS only site, recently built last summer. Located in the Northwestern corner of London, Ontario. Sorry, this picture looks a lot clearer when viewed in it's original size.

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Mar 07, 2011
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Correction on Cell Site
by: Derek

Correction on my own work, couldn't edit this picture.

This is actually a Rogers Wireless 850 MHz site built around late of last year, not a Bell Mobility site.

You know you take too many pictures when.....

Nov 01, 2010
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Monopole
by: Steve

I like the white monopole. It blends in well. Thanks for the post.

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