Modeling a flagpole or monopole cellular tower for a model railroad

by Joe Johnson
(Manchester, MO, USA)

What is the diameter of the flagpole cellular tower and the monopole cellular tower 50 to 100 feet tall?

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Oct 20, 2010
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Cell tower diameter
by: Tower Genius

Depending on the manufacturer of the tower they all use different dimensions.

If it's a 100' tall tower designed for 3 carriers it will be wider to handle the cabling, than a tower built for 1 carrier at the same height.

For dimensions call your local representatives for Valmont Structures, one of the leading cell flagpole manufacturers in the USA. Their local representative in your state is BETTIS COMPANY and they can be reached at 913-393-4454.

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