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Jonathan Kramer

Camo Columns

The panel antennas are in the columns. There's a give-away: the seam of the fiberglass cover is showing. Zoom in...you'll see it.

Camo Columns
Jonathan Kramer, Nov 16, 2005
City:
San Juan Capistrano
State:
California(CA)
Location / Street Address:
31501 Avenida Los Cerritos
Landmarks or cross street:
Rancho Viejo
Structure Type:
Attached to or on a building
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Yes
Antenna Use:
Multiple Types
Number of Carriers:
1
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
UNKNOWN CARRIER
    • Jonathan Kramer
      By the way, if you zoom in, you'll see a door to access the panels in the far left column. jlk
    • Andy
      That's very sneaky. I have something similar just 2 minutes from my house...I've always wondered if there were panels hidden in it.
    • Jay2TheRescue
      Good work! I'm sure I would have overlooked it.
    • Jonathan Kramer
      Look for seams or a bad color match, then look for GPS and equipment. You'll start to pick them out like I do, my friend! :browani: After many years of doing this, I look at a building or building element and say to myself, "naw" or "could be" or "I found you, sucker!!!" :cool2: jlk
    • Andy
      Thanks for the advice, JOnathan. I will take a closer look next time I'm there. There's also a clock tower sitting in an empty field, I'll snap a pix of that sometime(I bet that's a cellsite too).
    • larry
      LOL What's the point of paying out all that money to build a clock tower cell site if it's only in an empty field? :confused:
    • ShoresGuy
      I noticed both the fiberglass and the door too. What a neat hiding spot but the columns are covered in an odd way since you can see tiny gaps between the roof and the top part of the columns.
    • Andy
      I dunno. I've been wondering the same thing. First of all, there are like no stealth sites here(other than a few flag poles here and there) but I've never really seen clock towers. The clock building is in the middle of an empty field along a major road, and not very tall. The clocks are not working, but there is a power meter at the outside of the building. I've never stopped to take a closer look though.
    • Jay2TheRescue
      A clock tower in a field w/ a non-functioning clock. LOL...
    • Jonathan Kramer

      Sorry, Jay, but I've got to do it...:confused:

      Everyone together... THE CLOCK IS RIGHT TWICE EACH DAY! :cool:

      There, I did it. :loony:

      j
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  • Category:
    California (CA)
    Uploaded By:
    Jonathan Kramer
    Date:
    Nov 16, 2005
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    Comment Count:
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  • Antenna Types:
    Sectorized

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