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Workers achieved new heights as manpower combined with a crane capable of extending 200 feet installed T-Mobile cell equipment at the very top of the Buckley Brothers grain elevator in Wilmington Monday afternoon. At that height, the worker appears as not much more than a speck just above the “C” and the “K”.

Workers achieved new heights as manpower combined with a crane capable of extending 200 feet installed T-Mobile cell equipment at the very top of the Buckley Brothers grain elevator in Wilmington Monday afternoon. At that height, the worker appears as not much more than a speck just above the “C” and the “K”.


Tom Barr | News Journal

Workers achieved new heights as manpower combined with a crane capable of extending 200 feet installed T-Mobile cell equipment at the very top of the Buckley Brothers grain elevator in Wilmington Monday afternoon. At that height, the worker appears as not much more than a speck just above the “C” and the “K”.

Workers achieved new heights as manpower combined with a crane capable of extending 200 feet installed T-Mobile cell equipment at the very top of the Buckley Brothers grain elevator in Wilmington Monday afternoon. At that height, the worker appears as not much more than a speck just above the “C” and the “K”.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/07/web1_crane-1.jpgWorkers achieved new heights as manpower combined with a crane capable of extending 200 feet installed T-Mobile cell equipment at the very top of the Buckley Brothers grain elevator in Wilmington Monday afternoon. At that height, the worker appears as not much more than a speck just above the “C” and the “K”. Tom Barr | News Journal