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Jonathan Kramer

Riding the RF Waves 2 of 2

ATTWS (then Cingular, maybe now T-Mobile) omni site. One antenna on the light standard; one on the corner of the building. (Colo with a VZW site.)

Riding the RF Waves 2 of 2
Jonathan Kramer, Oct 5, 2005
Manhattan Beach
Location / Street Address:
1765 Artesia Blvd, Manhattan Beach CA
Landmarks or cross street:
Aviation Blvd
ZIP Code:
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
    • Jay2TheRescue
      Darn, I was thinking this was going to be a "Monopalm" I was going to say it looked great, right down to the dead leaves on the lower part...
    • Yankees368
      Yeah, i was thinking that too. That would have been great!
    • RJB
      So the tree has nothing to do with then??
    • Jay2TheRescue

      Nope, the antennas are on the streetlight & on the corner of the building. Bummer...
    • Gamer03
      Lol....I had to take a second look at it to see where it was. I thought that the palm tree was also a hidden site. ;)
    • Jay2TheRescue
      That seems to be the general consensus here.:)
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