7387Re: [coldwarcomms] L3I stations
- May 22 8:36 AMChris,
Thanks very much for those photos. The repeater "farmhouse" is amazing! I
haven't seen many huts so radically different from the standard designs.
And the manholes in the middle of an orchard must certainly have been a
curiousity, at least for anyone interested in underground utilities.
Would it be OK if I added those images to my web page, credited to you of
course? Could you send the hi-res versions when you get a chance?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Ness" <mness215@...>
Sent: Friday, April 09, 2004 11:15 AM
Subject: [coldwarcomms] L3I stations
> I had a chance to go back to New Hope, PA several weeks ago on vacation
> took my daughter to see where her old dad had grown up. I had told the
> of my connection with the L3I several times before, so I won't now, but I
> will post several picture of the sites.
> On the Pennsy side there is not too much to see, but the vault is still in
> place. The manholes are a little closer together than I remember them.
> On the Jersey side they built there station in front of an attractive old
> and in concession to the owner, made an unusually attractive building.
> that these photos are after several decades of neglect and still looks
> relatively good.
> If you look carefully at the first one, you can see the electric meter
> empty, so the building is totally out of service.
> (note, photo is heavily compressed. Originals can be mailed if requested)
> Chris Ness
> mailto:cness@... All jobs are equally easy to
> http://home.earthlink.net/~cness the person not doing the work.
> Holt's Law
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