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The panel antennas are in the columns. There's a give-away: the seam of the fiberglass cover is showing.
This one in National City. It's T-Mobile. It's vanilla camo, but nice for what it is.
This site, owned by AAT Communications, is a microwave relay site for the Union Pacific Railroad. Located in Gridley, California. Constructed in...
Ubiquitel's site atop a PG&E tower is in Olivehurst near the water tank photo elsewhere in this gallery.
This site, hosting Cingular and T-Mobile, is in Gridley, California.
Close up of T-Mobile's water tank site in Chico, California presents a golden opportunity to serve its customers. Photo taken just before sunset.
Another view of the site is owned by "The Antenna Company" in Chico, California and overlooking CA99.
This site is owned by "The Antenna Company" (cute name, eh?). It's in Chico, California and overlooks CA99.
A single carrier (unknown) sectorized lattice tower site in Sutter County, California.
This Olivehurst, California water tank must be lots of fun to climb, especially around the antenna cables.
Hiding something in plain sight is easy when what you're hiding it on is massive. Check out the matchbook cars in the parking lot!
A good place to hide something is in plain sight. Here's the other set of BTS equipment cabinets. This is likely to be ATTWS, now cingular.
A good place to hide something is in plain sight. In this case, at the base of a monster power transmission tower.
A rather plan monopalm, but an interesting color for the 'trunk'.
This is the site discussed in http://forums.wirelessadvisor.com/western-u-s-wireless-forum/11988-more-nimbys-thousand-oaks-ca.html...
Rocky Point Church Cellular Rock Field and Camo Church sign. This site has Cingular (now T-Mobile), Sprint, Verizon, Nextel, and ATTWS (now...
Looking inside a rock at the Rocky Point Church Cellular Rock Field and Camo Church sign.
This co-lo site in NW Seattle features panels and omnis, as well as microwave for backhaul to a MTSO.
The Rosemead Place in Rosemead, California featurees dual parking lot light stanards for Sprint and Cingular (now T-Mobile).