CHCH Television Tower - Images


  • A guy-wire anchor to the right.

  • Upper portion of the mast, and guy wires.

  • Pinnacle of the mast.

  • Base and surrounding environment of the tower.

  • The tower viewed from a distance of about one mile.

  • A detailed view of the guy wires and top part of the mast.

  • A terrestrial antenna on the tower.

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