Abandoned towers

From Wired, photographs by Spencer Harding of abandoned microwave towers across the US:

The skyway was the largest network of its kind when it opened, and it marked the first time telephone conversations and television broadcasts were made via microwaves, not transmission wires. After 1951, more towers and repeaters were built across the country in an ever-expanding web. Six decades later, however, the system had long since ceased being relevant, and AT&T sold off most of the network in 1999. Many towers—the tallest of which are hundreds of feet tall—were abandoned, vandalized, or scrapped.

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Abandoned towers