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Sun Apr 1 12:33 pm  #1


Geeky radio/tv tower question

Is there a canadian version of Scott Fybush? You know, the guy that travels all over the US (and has been to Canada") taking tower pictures and posts them online?

Is there a website of tower pictures of stations in canada? I know in a vast, remote land, it would be tough, but I'd love to see some. I resort to finding the tower on google maps right now and hope there's a street view

Last edited by RadioPaulPA (Sun Apr 1 8:06 pm)

 

Sun Apr 1 8:05 pm  #2


Re: Geeky radio/tv tower question

+1 
I've always wondered where the tower are or what that tower is.

Davester.

 

Sun Apr 1 9:10 pm  #3


Re: Geeky radio/tv tower question

I like to believe I'm one of a kind... ;)

(Except in the UK, where there are several websites full of pictures of broadcast masts.)

And as Paul notes, I do get to Canada as often as I can, and share as many pictures as I can take. 

 

Sun Apr 1 9:24 pm  #4


Re: Geeky radio/tv tower question

You can try this site, which very occasionally has photos not only of transmitter locations but shots of the outside of the stations themselves.

 

Mon Apr 2 5:47 am  #5


Re: Geeky radio/tv tower question

There is also CBC's tower site which will help you locate their big sticks:

http://cbctransmission.ca/