While it’s fascinating to watch the video footage of the VOA Site A towers falling, it’s also a little heartbreaking.
As I mentioned in a previous post, I spent time last week at the VOA Site A’s twin site: VOA Site B (now the Edward R. Murrow Transmitting Station).
While it’s a little tough for me to watch, imagine how difficult it is for the engineers who lovingly cared for these giant antennas for so many decades. Still, VOA Site A’s antennas needed to be demolished–they hadn’t been in operation since 2006 and would have soon become a hazard to anyone on the site.
It’s just tough to see these powerhouse curtain antennas collapse:
Post Readers: I’m hoping to have time this weekend to put together the photos I took last week and responses to your questions.