Lahti longwave transmitter

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The towers of Lahti longwave transmitter in 2006

The Lahti longwave transmitter was a facility for longwave transmission at Lahti, Finland. It was inaugurated in 1927 and used a T-type aerial strung between two 150 metre high free standing steel framework towers. The Lahti longwave transmitter was shut down in 1993. Nowadays the facility is used as a museum. The red-and-white towers are still standing and form a local landmark. Nearby is lake Mytäjäinen.

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List of towers

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Coordinates: 60°58′46″N 25°38′49″E / 60.97944°N 25.64694°E / 60.97944; 25.64694