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This one's behind a tackle and bait shop, of course. Get your mind out of the gutter!
Another boring farm field obviously demands another boring tower. Small GTE carrier system outside the compound provides transport.
Aside a strange triangular lake, this monopole serves the outlying areas of southeastern Fort Wayne
Just east of the airport itself, this stubby little monpole sits behind a large piece of abandoned-looking land.
Unusual mounting for Verizon's antennas spreads them very far at the top. Anyone know why?
Data below describes the larger of the two. I'm not sure which FCC ASR # refers to which tower.
Towering over two of Indiana's strangest intersections, this monopole sits behind two barbed-wire fences. Why?
Right behind the firehouse.
Just west of Kreager Park, this guyed lattice serves much of eastern Fort Wayne.
About as plain as they come, Crown Castle manages this one, which sits adjacent to some farm fields.
Strange cabinets at the base of this tower, including a little tiny metal one.
Managed by SBA but owned by VRE, a fairly typical tower. Just outside Waterloo, serves I-69.
Old AT&T Long Lines microwave tower, with Cingular site at base. Horns and waveguides in good condition, possibly still active.
On Auburn north of Union Chapel, serving I-69 and some northern Fort burbs. Narrow monopole with closely-held T-Mobile panels halfway down, and a...
Cingular and several other carriers.
I noticed that the WirelessAdvisor graphic is added to the corner of each photo uploaded. That's a good measure against content theft, but...
In my experience, a site that's backhauled to another site over RF rather than straight to the switch by copper or fiber is still an independent...