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Verizon on top of RIT Building #1. They sponsor a lot of school events, so it makes sense they get dibbs on the best spot on campus.
Owned by crown castle near scottsville, this serves the I-90 thruway near the scottsville rest stop.
This is located behind the bus parking lot. Supplies coverage to I-93, around the Fields Corner and Neponset arean.
Sitting at the Intersection of IN 13 and US 30 outside of Pierceton Indiana this tower supports several of the national carriers.
This guy is located right near I-390, serving the Marketplace mall and the surrounding area
Verizon has cleverly hidden a macrocell site in the tower of this golf course clubhouse in the Turtle Ridge section of Irvine, CA.
Verizon's "Sassy" mono-cypress site in Lake Elsinore, California. Notice that the site bollards are grounded. It helps to reduce RF hotspots.
Verizon's "Sassy" mono-cypress site in Lake Elsinore, California. The standby power generator is located away from the BTS enclosure.
Verizon's "Sassy" mono-cypress site in Lake Elsinore, California. It's Sassy because that's VZW's site name. Located in a CalTrans Park-n-Ride lot.
Verizon's "Sassy" mono-cypress site in Lake Elsinore, California. 305 Gal. tank for the on-site backup gen. At today's price, that about $900 of fuel.
Unusual mounting for Verizon's antennas spreads them very far at the top. Anyone know why?
This is the camo clock tower of Verizon's new site in West Los Angeles (on Santa Monica Blvd near Bundy). There's quite a story behind the...
Verizon and Nextel share this big iron site in Ontario, California. It's NOT an MTSO, but it repeats to them.
My job duties include observing drive tests in my client communities. Here's a photo of a Verizon Wireless transmitter van set up in Irvine,...
A Crown Castle tower near I-65 & SR 267 a few miles east of Lebanon. Verizon is on top and I think Cingular is the 2nd one down.
Unused antenna positions at the top, with a Verizon site below that. Crown Castle owns the tower. Lots of birds!
Large antenna array with microwave backhaul out in corn country.