The last "flat-top" wire antenna in use in the United States. A classic Art Deco transmitter site. A rare view of the towers atop the Hancock Center.
These are among facilities featured in the 2005 edition of Scott Fybush's Tower Site Calendar.
Fybush, a Radio World contributor and creator of the online Tower Site of the Week, is in his fourth year of producing the calendar, which started as a labor of love and incorporates photos from his travels around the country.
(Radio World is not involved in the project).
WBBR, New York, the former WNEW and now the flagship station of Bloomberg Radio.
KYPA, Los Angeles, a "flat-top" wire antenna dating to 1924.
The rooftop towers of the John Hancock Center in Chicago.
Sutro Tower, San Francisco
WDEL/WSTW, Wilmington, Del., an iconic studio/transmitter site.
Poor Mountain, Roanoke, Va., home to FM and TV signals.
WOOD, Grand Rapids, Mich., a 1940s Art Deco transmitter site.
KFJZ, Fort Worth, Texas, framed by a view of the city skyline.
WDEV, Waterbury, Vt., with the Green Mountains as a backdrop.
WNBF, Binghamton, N.Y., on Ingraham Hill.
CFNB, Fredericton, N.B., a relic of a now-defunct Canadian station.
KXNT, Las Vegas, amidst desert scenery.
Gibraltar Peak above Santa Barbara, Calif.
Calendars cost $16. Orders can also be placed at www.fybush.com.