Central MA, 1929. View of Three 10-Pin Telephone Openwire Crossarms, Lines on Rural Pole

By Joe Maurath, Jr.; posted October 15, 2020

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Note the various glass transpositions mixed in along with larger-than-usual metal (alunimum?) crossarm tags identifying the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company. Usually smaller pole tags were used by the company for this purpose.

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And click "Previous" subsequently after that for an overview of this pole and its surroundings.