Dr. Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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Guyed Tower in Cantua Creek, California98 viewsA big tower in a small town. It's guyed.
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CoLo Site - Escondido, California255 viewsMesa Rock Road north of Deer Creek Road, Escondido, California.
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CoLo Site - Escondido, California344 viewsMesa Rock Road north of Deer Creek Road, Escondido, California.
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CoLo Site - Escondido, California225 viewsMesa Rock Road north of Deer Creek Road, Escondido, California.
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Village of Oak Creek near Sedona482 viewsThis camo site is located on Highway 179 in Oak Creek. This site is on the main road connecting I-17 with Sedona. The site is hidden in the facade box. Nice background, eh?
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Village of Oak Creek near Sedona498 viewsThis camo site is located on Highway 179 in Oak Creek. This site is on the main road connecting I-17 with Sedona. The site is hidden by the parapet above the roof. Nice background, eh?
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Village of Oak Creek near Sedona437 viewsTwo camouflaged sites are seen (barely) in this shopping center along Highway 179 in the Village of Oak Creek, near Sedona, Arizona.
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Waves of Power267 viewsA fairly standard power transmission tower with a cell crown. Spotted in Walnut Creek, California, this photograph graces the cover of Paul Valle-Riestra's book, "Telecommunications: The Governmental Role in Managing the Connected Community" published in 2002.

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Cell site crowning a power transmission tower364 viewsThis cell site, in Walnut Creek, California, is atop a PG&E power transmission tower.
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