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KGEI antennas

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Looking to the northeast. Feed elements, radiator and towers of various KGEI antennas. The three towers in the background are 125 foot self-sustaining towers originally installed by GE after the 1939 Golden Gate Exposition on Treasure Island. They supported curtain antennas for 19, 25 and 49mb until they were dismantled in the late 1990's. San Francisco Bay lies on the other side of the far dike.