Allentown PA Ugly Cell Towers

by Steve
(NJ)

Beautiful steel in the air over Pennsylvania.

Beautiful steel in the air over Pennsylvania.

I snapped a picture of these beauty's on Route 78 near Fogelsville and Route 100. The quality isn't great but there was a three carrier monopole and a four carrier lattice cell tower with a microwave transmitter. Picture was taken at about 65MPH from a Blackberry.

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Ugly cell sites
by: Howard

Yes, they are ugly cell towers. But honestly,is there anything nice in Allentown? LOL ROFL !!

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