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Jonathan Kramer

Up In Smoke

Camo Chimney housing a Sprint site

Up In Smoke
Jonathan Kramer, Dec 12, 2009
Location / Street Address:
Oceanside Blvd.
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Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Antenna Use:
Multiple Types
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Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
    • Yankees368
      Not too shabby. Wish there were some nice camo sites around we. Turns out that in Michigan, like their their sites to be 150 foot monopoles with 8 carriers on them.
    • Der84
      Yankee I have to say the same about the lack of camo sites in my area too. In my part of Ontario, boring old roof top sites, guyed towers or latticed towers seem to be the popular ones.
    • Yankees368
      Yeah man, the sites in lower Ontario kinda suck, lol. I don't think I've ever seen anything besides those little white monopoles, guyed towers, and rooftops. If there are any camos, they are REAL well hidden.
    • Der84
      You'll be lucky if you even see more then one monopole in my area. There is one small, white monopole and one white (flag-less) flag pole in my town. After that, the next monopole is probably London. More towards Kitchener, Toronto etc...is where you start seeing interesting ones.
    • Jonathan Kramer
      My wife and I were on Spring Holiday in Australia in October, and with ONLY ONE exception (Bondi Beach area of Sydney), I did not see any camo sites. Monoblah this; monoblah that; naked roof this; naked roof that.

      Very sad that in so many places community aesthetics take a backseat to wireless.


    • Der84
      Yes, it is sad.

      I'm hoping that at some point in the near future I can get out to British Columbia and Alberta. Those are the only other two provinces that I know of, that have tons of interesting cell sites.
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