By Bob Frakes
In the tower world, things are always happening it seems. I received an email from a fellow in Missouri and the old Washburn Tower is stored at his place (see picture).
Since the publication of my book I have had several towers thought to be long gone show up.
After reading my book he started the thought process of maybe putting it back up. He has started at the base, a good place to start, and is checking out what might be needed to set the footings, or piers.
Each has about 75 cubic feet of concrete and has to be precisely set to get off on a “good foot.” I will supply updates.
Towers go up, towers go down and towers change hands. The MDC through Govdeals.com recently and tentatively sold the Potosi tower site.
In the past, towers have been sold most of the time, and the land not. Buyers often had so much time to remove the tower.
In this case, the 80 acres and tower were sold together for around $180,000. For around 70 years the Potosi Lookout had stood over the area and was even visible from the town.
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It will now be up to the new owners to decide its future. The Aermotor Company had given the towers a 100-year “life span” and some are now approaching that limit and in need of major work.
Use vs. costs are increasingly becoming a part of the equation. Tower enthusiasts like me are increasingly seeing the future of the towers challenged.
The rumor is that more tower/acreage sales may be in the works.
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