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Old Posted Sep 17, 2012, 4:25 PM
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Frankfurt-Heiligenstock Wood Radio Tower

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Unofficial sources: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sender_Heiligenstock

Building Name: Frankfurt-Heiligenstock Wood Radio Tower (1st)
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City: Frankfurt
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State/Province: Hesse
Country: Germany
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Interesting Facts/Records (in own words): Lattice tower built of wood used for mediumwave broadcasting. Tower was in use from 1930 to 1934 at Mühlacker transmitter, dismantled and rebuilt at Frankfurt-Heiligenstock.

However, it was dismantled in 1938 because of its bad state.

Coordinates (with decimal fraction): 50.1546832 N 8.711112 E


Heights--
PLEASE PROVIDE SOURCES FOR HEIGHTS, OTHERWISE WE WILL ASSUME THEY ARE ESTIMATES AND HEIGHTS NOT BE SHOWN.
- antenna: 107 metres
- spire:
- roof:
- top floor:
- other heights:


Current Building Status (Built, Proposed, Canceled, Destroyed, etc...): Destroyed

Construction Dates--
- started: 1934
- finished: 1934
- destroyed: 1938


Above ground floors:
Below ground floors:
Floor-to-floor height:
Gross Floor area:
Elevator count:
Unit count: 1

Structure Type(s): Tower
Building Use(s): Communication
Building Style(s):
Building Materials: Wood

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Official sources:
Unofficial sources: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sender_Heiligenstock

Building Name: Frankfurt-Heiligenstock Wood Radio Tower (2nd)
Native Name:
Other Names:
Streert Address:
City: Frankfurt
Postal Code:
State/Province: Hesse
Country: Germany
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Wikipedia.org URL:
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CTBUH.org URL :
Structurae.de URL:
Architect:
Interesting Facts/Records (in own words): Lattice tower built of wood used for mediumwave broadcasting. Tower replaced the wood tower, which was built in 1934 as it was in bad state.

On March 25th, 1945, it was demolished by explosives by the retracting German troops.

Coordinates (with decimal fraction): 50.1546832 N 8.711112 E


Heights--
PLEASE PROVIDE SOURCES FOR HEIGHTS, OTHERWISE WE WILL ASSUME THEY ARE ESTIMATES AND HEIGHTS NOT BE SHOWN.
- antenna: 107 metres
- spire:
- roof:
- top floor:
- other heights:


Current Building Status (Built, Proposed, Canceled, Destroyed, etc...): Destroyed

Construction Dates--
- started: 1938
- finished: 1938
- destroyed: 1945


Above ground floors:
Below ground floors:
Floor-to-floor height:
Gross Floor area:
Elevator count:
Unit count: 1

Structure Type(s): Tower
Building Use(s): Communication
Building Style(s):
Building Materials: Wood

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Drawings available made according pictures in the book:
" Die Geschichte der deutschen Mittelwellen-Sendeanlagen von 1923 bis 1945", ISBN 978-3-939197-51-5
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were these towers similar?
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Old Posted Oct 13, 2012, 5:04 PM
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Yes, they were. But I would prefer two entries as written in the book "Die Geschichte der deutschen Mittelwellen-Sendeanlagen von 1923 bis 1945", ISBN 978-3-939197-51-5, there are some sources, which claim that the second tower was 121 metres tall. However the same book claims also that this is very contraversional.
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It's a reason to make two entries if these towers had different heights.
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Two entries are here in all case better than one.
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