2370Two pictures added
- Oct 15 9:53 AMI will be adding more pics as I get them scanned. They
are located under the PHOTO albums. The first one is
at Glastonbury, CT. This was part of the 1947 MW
project. Does anyone know if AT&T actually used the
small dishes up there? Most of them are pointed almost
in the same directon of the horns. Also of note, this
building still does have its power turned on, and I
did not see any American Tower signs on the building.
One of the other 1947 sites in CT also still seem to
be owned by AT&T (Bald Hill), and has the power on
(meters were running). Does anyone know what there
purpose may be on such a low capacity network?
Also another question, did AT&T directly feed local
telco's long distace by mircowave? One of the paths
from Glastonbury went to Windsor Locks. I was talking
to my 911 guy, and he said there still is or was a
dish on the local telco building in town that went to
Glastonbury, but did not know anything more. I was
under the impression that any LD would be by wireline
at least to the local CO.
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