Johnstown, PA


Johnstown is an example of the concrete "silo" towers used in the early years of AT&T's microwave network, before the steel-lattice tower became the standard.

A 1970 route map shows Johnstown having four microwave paths: southeast to Bald Knob, PA; east-southeast to Ward, PA; west-northwest to Apollo, PA and northeast to Buckhorn, PA.


Courtesy of Tom Maher
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Created on January 24, 2005 at 20:44 by Albert LaFrance