|Thule Radio Mast|
|Thule Air Base|
| - communication|
| - guyed mast|
| - modern|
| - steel|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
• This tower was originally used for transmitting telex messages to Goose Bay, Canada on the longwave frequency 68.9 kHz, and the call sign of the transmitter was XPH.
• It was also once used for VLF-transmission test to submerged submarines.
• The tower is unique in that it is one of the few in the world constructed on permafront. It is also the tallest structure north of the Arctic Circle in the Western hemisphere.
• The tower contains an elevator that services the tower up to 360 meters.
• Google Search
| || |
Do you see any incorrect data on this page? Please let our editors know of any corrections you can make by posting them in the Database Corrections section of the discussion forum (open to the public).
Terms & Conditions
All content displayed on and contained within this page is subject to Skyscraper Source Media Inc.'s Terms and Conditions. No content displayed on this page may be reproduced, in whole or in part, without prior written permission by Skyscraper Source Media Inc. All content © Copyright Skyscraper Source Media Inc.