Address: On Valley Hill Rd., about 2.7 mi. E of Lionville, PA
Latitude: N40-03-03 (40.0508)
Longitude: W75-36-36 (-75.6100)
Elevation: 689 ft.
Callsign KGH83, canceled.
View FCC license application
Lionville was an important microwave junction with L-carrier (coaxial-cable) facilities. It is reported to have been AT&T's largest radio site east of the Missisippi. The building, approximately 70,000 square feet, was hardened against nuclear blasts and included a dual-filtered ventilation system, a decontamination chamber, and other protective features. Lionville's steel lattice tower stands 215 feet tall.
A radio connection diagram (428 KB), shows some of Lionville's microwave radio channels.
Lionville is no longer part of the AT&T network. It is owned by American Tower Corporation, which leases space on the tower to wireless-communication tenants.
Updated on February 23, 2003 at 22:03 by Albert LaFrance