St. Joseph's Hospital

by Derek
(Ontario)


Bell Mobility CDMA, along with UMTS antennas, coax to fibre, DC power boxes and Nortel equipment cabinets to the left. Located on top of the St. Joseph's hospital in Sarnia, Ontario. This site broadcasts quite the distance down London Rd. and surrounding area. There are six poles in total, these are the other two sets which point towards the southern part of town.

This is the other half of the St. Joseph's site, which is posted in the ugly cell site section.

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Rooftop antenna site
by: Steve

Nice. Hospitals need extra wireless rental income too.

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