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Pylon

A large tower containing power lines. Pylons are used in the operations of some utility companies.
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The post State of emergency declared in Crimea after electricity pylons "blown up" appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
CONTROVERSY Pylons & turbines planned along a 1,000km route
The three pylon foundations will sit below the riverbed and will each measure 4.
Eirgrid has planned three routes for the pylons and Grid Link will see pylons from Kildare to Wexford and across to Cork.
NEW research has revealed landowners could be owed thousands in pylon damage and disturbance compensation.
The pylons can cause corona discharge, stray voltage and construction noise in addition to wind-generated noise.
Hillier, who had been based in the rural southwest of France, painted a scene of electrical transmission that could hardly be more different from the futurist-classical pylons then being erected across England.
LANDOWNERS in North Powys and the Borders are being advised to get professional guidance as soon as a new electricity pylon route is announced.
POWER TOWER Z SSE director Ian Funnell at the new pylon yesterday
Spirit AeroSystems Inc (NYSE:SPR), an independent supplier of commercial aircraft assemblies, said on Tuesday that it was celebrating the rollout of the first test pylon for the Bombardier CSeries aircraft.
Club secretary Tony Galvin confirmed the two remaining pylons would be dismantled as soon as the wind dropped enough for workmen to climb them.