Pye Green BT Tower is a 118.3 metres (388 ft) tall telecommunication tower built of reinforced concrete at Pye Green, Staffordshire, England (grid reference SJ987142). Standing in Cannock Chase it is one of the few telecommunication towers in the United Kingdom built of reinforced concrete. Pye Green was constructed as part of the British Cold War "Backbone" radio communications network.
Its combination of elevation and height give it line-of-sight to the BT Tower in Birmingham.
Analogue radio (FM VHF)
Digital radio (DAB)
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Coordinates: 52°43′43″N 2°01′11″W / 52.728655°N 2.019655°W