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Recent Comments

  1. Kurt Moose
    Ouch!!:eek:
  2. Kurt Moose
    NLLX 2100 looks like it has an ex-U28C, or U30C chassis??o_O
  3. Hardcoaler
    It's perhaps like the SOU's BA Tower in Biltmore, NC near Asheville. It stood into the late '60s or even early '70s I think, but I've had the worst time finding a photo of it. I think I've seen...
  4. HemiAdda2d
    Not many photos of it exist, but I have a line on one, if the photo's owner will allow me to share it.
  5. Hardcoaler
    Do you know of a picture of what the interlocking tower looked like here before it was razed? Looks like a neat place!

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