AT&T Microwave Station
142 Emory Stephens Road, Dahlonega, GA 30528
34 31 52.080
83 51 52.470
FCC License Data
Registration: # 1044138, GA# 192
Site identification is really Dahlonega on the signs on
the door and fence. This is also the identification on the other
"Dahlonega". I have called this one Dahlonega 2 to distinguish it from
the other major Dahlonega site. The American Tower name for it is
"Dahlonega - Grid".
It has a 344' "A-style" steel tower, painted
in the traditional red and white. Tower has a pair of KS horns, and
two individual conical reflector horns, one of which points back to
The building is a concrete block building
aproximately 25'x35'. Additionally on site are a generator enclosure
and an outhouse.
History and Cold War Role
American Tower (apparently still microwave, as there are no buried
cables evident on the grounds). Main microwave path unknown, although
the path threads two mountains and points toward Greenville SC 87 miles
ENE. The second conical horn points bout 10 degrees N of
the main path.
Microwave Path Map
Photographed July, 2003. Select images to view larger version.
Oh, yes, one more. Apparently this is some kind of little radio
shack, since it seems to be wireless.
Modified July 5, 2003 at 22:35
Created on May 20, 2000 at 22:00 by Christopher Ness based upon and
complementing the work of Albert