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New Brunswick

A night shot of a cellular tower in New Brunswick.

New Brunswick
mlaurenti, Oct 1, 2011
New Brunswick
New Jersey(NJ)
Location / Street Address:
15 Van Dyke Ave
Structure Type:
Radio/Latticed tower
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Overall Height (in feet):
    • Der84
      Interesting. I've seen towers with the top strobe light being white, but I've never seen white lights further down on a tower. Are these common in NJ?
    • mlaurenti
      Not just in NJ, but all around the US.

      It's required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to use flashing lights of the same color for both day and night.

      Furthermore, depending upon how tall the tower is, it may require additional flashing lights. In this case since it's really tall, it's required to use mid-level flashing lights.

      Btw, this is supposed to flash red beacons at night, but apparently the top red beacon burned out and therefore made the white lights flash instead.
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    New Jersey (NJ)
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