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Poorly designed Church bell tower site86 views
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Poorly designed Church bell tower site92 views
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Verizon Camo Church Site 96 viewsAt St. Margaret's in Chino, CA
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Verizon Camo Church Site 76 viewsAt St. Margaret's in Chino, CA
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Verizon Camo Church Site 89 viewsAt St. Margaret's in Chino, CA
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site922 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site756 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site715 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site646 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.
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What is, But What Could Be...722 viewsThis is a special photo of a semi-camo site in Santa Fe, New Mexico. If you click to enlarge it, you'll see a before photo (showing the visible panel antenna in the opening) and after photo simulation of how this site might have been better designed by the carrier. Sometimes it the little things that separate a ho-hum project from a wow project.
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Monoblah (Oops...Monopalm)1003 viewsA close-up of the poorly designed antenna configuration at the top of the monopalm located at Chet Holifield Park in Montebello, California.
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Monoblah (Oops...Monopalm)1411 viewsThe design of this monopalm site leave much to be desired, including the use of real bark cladding in lieu of the bark tape applied to the pole. Also, the antennas lack the camouflage of overhanging palms, and also lack covers. This is a run-of-the-mill design, at best. Montebello, California
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Blessed be Sprint733 viewsA sprint site inside a faux bell tower at a church in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles, California).
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Blessed be Sprint661 viewsA sprint site inside a faux bell tower at a church in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles, California).
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Blessed be Sprint634 viewsA sprint site inside a faux bell tower at a church in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles, California).
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Blessed be the Signal From On High435 viewsVerizon's antennas are in the bell tower of this church in Pomona, California.
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Blessed be the Signal From On High399 viewsVerizon's antennas are in the bell tower of this church in Pomona, California.
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Highland View Pentecostal Assembly - Los Angeles406 viewsThis site's antennas are built into a add-on box on the bell tower.
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Highland View Pentecostal Assembly - Los Angeles460 viewsOverview of the antenna camo boxes on the bell tower.
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Highland View Pentecostal Assembly - Los Angeles464 viewsView of BTS equipment next to chapel of the church.
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Highland View Pentecostal Assembly - Los Angeles620 viewsView of GPS and LMU antennas next to BTS equipment.
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Church Bell Tower Mount232 viewsThe sector panels are mounted to the face of the bell tower. The overall quality of the site is, at best, fair. Exposed and disconnected cables detract from the site, as do the visible preamplifiers inside the bell tower. Carrier (as yet) unknown.
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Church Bell Tower With External Antennas224 viewsThis church bell tower sports multiple panel antennas on the face of the structure, rather then flush or camouflaged inside the tower. Too bad. Certainly not a high quality installation. Spotted in South-Central Los Angeles.
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Really, really flat vines on this pole!251 viewsA Spectrasite site in Montebello, CA.
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Church bell tower - GPS antenna730 viewsThis is what first caught my eye: The poorly placed GPS antenna. A better design--one not visible to ground level viewers--would have been to place it at the top of the bell tower out of sight, or on the 'back side' where it would not been seen by church goers.
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Church bell tower716 viewsThis site, in Oak Park, California, is located in the bell tower of a church. The give-aways are (1) the poorly placed GPS antenna on the right side of the tower, and (2) the poor paint match of the bell tower extension.
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Church bell tower304 viewsThis is a non-camo site atop (well, just below) the bells of a church. Notice the shadowing of the antenna cables on the right side front of the tower.
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