Photogallery of modern urban mobile phone masts
and TETRA antennas (UK)
The images below form a photgallery of mobile phone and TETRA (police and emergency services) telecommunication masts, antennas and transmitting equipment. Mobile phone antennas are installed in church spires and buildings. Good signal coverage for the telecoms industries but bad news in terms of exposure from microwave radiation to local residents.
Mobile phone masts in church spires and outbuildings
Mobile phone antennas and all supporting hardware disguised as
artificial 'trees' or hid within trees
Mobile phone antennas sited within residential areas
This next image is of a historic water tower managed by English Heritage. Note to the right of the red boxes, the camouflaged rectangular mobile phone antennas. If you look at the base of each rectangle you will see the entry and exit of coax cables. The water Tower is also festooned with satellite relay dishes. These are the sorts of lengths the telecoms industries go to in ensuring every single metre of our green and pleasant land is festooned and swamped by electrosmog. It does not seem to matter what type of organisation they are either, whether they say they are for preserving the environment or certain types of buildings - the lust for a few thousands pounds each year in allowing these antennas to be sited on your property appears irresistable for some people.
Gorsehill Road Water Tower, Wallasey UK