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#122909 - 02/01/06 01:04 AM High-Tension Span  
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Spotted this on the way from Decatur to Springfied (IL) on US 36 / I 74. As I approached from a distance, I thought that the iron workers had substituted a section of bridge span for regular crossarms on the high-tension span! . I managed to snap this pic on the way back later in the morning.

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#122910 - 02/01/06 01:31 AM Re: High-Tension Span  
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Interesting the tubular main pole in this type of structure.

What would the design voltage be 375 kV ??


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