List of tallest structures in the United States

List of tallest structures in the United States

The height of structures in the United States has historically been poorly documented. However the data is a matter of public record, appearing in documents maintained by the Federal Aviation Administration and Federal Communications Commission.

This list is populated heavily by antenna masts. The engineering aspects of super-tall masts are highly specialized. Only four companies erect the majority of such structures: Doty Moore Tower Services (Cedar Hill, TX); Klein Towers (Columbia, SC); LeBlanc Royal Telecom (Oakville, ON); and Stainless Inc. (North Wales, PA). The design and construction are largely governed by RS222E EIA standards. A 1000 ft (305 m) mast costs between $0.7 and $1.1 million to build, while a 2000 ft (610 m) mast costs $2.4 to $4 million. Prices generally vary depending on tower capacity and wind loading specifications.

A common misperception is that landmarks such as the Stratosphere Tower are the tallest United States structures, but they are in fact the tallest "buildings". Likewise Taipei 101 is often misrepresented as the world's tallest structure, but in fact is far eclipsed by antenna towers in over a dozen states in the United States.

In the United States, the FAA and the FCC must approve all towers exceeding 200 ft (61 m) high. Furthermore, it is very difficult to get permission for structures over 2000 ft (610 m) high. The FCC presumes them to be inconsistent with the public interest, while the FAA presumes them to be a hazard to air navigation, resulting in poor airspace usage. A significant burden of proof is placed on the applicant to show that such a structure is in the public's best interests. Only when both agencies have resolved all legal, safety, and management concerns is such an application approved.

Since 1978 the United States has maintained eleven tethered aerostats sites along the southern borders. These balloons rise to 18,000 ft (5500 m), carrying radar units for drug interdiction purposes. However since the balloons are aided by buoyancy and are not permanent they are not considered true structures.

tate-by-state listing


* WTTO Television Tower (Birmingham WB-21)
** Height: 2000 ft (610 m)
** Windham Springs (coord|33|28|51|N|087|24|03|W|)
** Year built: 1962
** Owner: Sinclair
** At 2000 ft (610 m), this structure ties about a dozen others across the United States as the fifth tallest structure in the world.
* American Tower Pensacola Site
** Height: 2000 ft (610 m)
** Robertsdale, Alabama
** Heaviest Tower Ever Stacked
** 13 inch solid legs
** 3 1/2" guy wires


* LORAN-C transmitter Port Clarence
** Height: 1350 ft (411 m)
** Port Clarence (coord|65|14|40|N|166|53|12|W|)
** Year built: 1961
** Owner: U.S. Coast Guard
** This tower puts out 1 megawatt of long-wave radio energy to help ships in the Gulf of Alaska and the North Pacific navigate. LORSTA (Loran Station) Port Clarence is currently being studied with a view toward refurbishment or replacement, and if the latter will be dismantled. The runner up in Alaska for height is the 808 ft (246 m) public telecommunications tower at Knik near Anchorage (coord|61|25|N|149|52|W|).


* Midwest Tower Dolan Springs
** Height: 396.3 metres
** Dolan Springs
** Year built: 2000

* Chimney of Hayden Smelter
** Height: 305 metres

* Navajo Generating Station
** Height: 775 ft (236 m)
** Page (coord|36|54|12|N|111|23|25|W|)
** Year built: 1972
** Owner: Salt River Project
** The Navajo coal-fired power plant, generating up to 2250 MW of power, is located 4 miles (6 km) east of Page, and boasts three 775 ft (236 m) reinforced concrete chimneys. In 1991 the EPA faulted the station for producing haze around the Grand Canyon, and in 1994 a study was done to investigate demolition requirements. However the studies never reached fruition. The tallest radio tower is the 650 ft (198 m) KSZR (97.5) tower in Oro Valley near Tucson.


* KTVE Television Tower (El Dorado NBC 10)
** Height: 2000 ft (610 m)
** Bolding (coord|33|04|41|N|092|13|41|W|)
** Year built: 1987
** Owner: Grapevine Communications


* KXTV/KOVR Television Tower (Sacramento)
** Height: 2007 ft (624.5 m)
** Walnut Grove (coord|38|14|24|N|121|30|07|W|)
** Year built: 2000
** Owner: Gannett/CBS
** This is the third tallest structure in the world, just behind KVLY-TV mast and KXJB-TV mast in North Dakota. KXTV is ABC 10, while KOVR is CBS 13, all for Sacramento and Stockton. The tower has been used for research ozone sampling at different heights.Close to it, there are the 608.7 metre high Channel 40 Tower and the 609.7 metre high Hearst-Argyle Tower.


** Height: 1996 ft (608 m)
** Hoyt (coord|39|55|22|N|103|58|18|W|)
** Year built: 2003
** Owner: Denver Radio Tower Company
** The primary reason for the tower is to get radio stations who do not have license for the Denver area to get into the Denver area (big advertising bucks). According to Raymond Morris, "I was the previous owner of the land on which the tower was located. I was trying to negotiate a lease with them, but the going got tough and I ended up selling 367.3 acres [1.5 km²] from a larger piece of land, (4000 feet x 4000 feet) [1.2 by 1.2 km] ."


* WTIC Television Tower (Hartford Fox 61)
** Height: 1339 ft (408 m)
** Farmington (coord|41|42|13|N|072|49|55|W|)
** Year built: 1984
** Owner: Communications Site Management LLC


* WBOC Television Tower (Salisbury CBS 16)
** Height: 1002 ft (305 m)
** Sharptown (coord|38|30|17|N|075|38|36|W|)
** Year built: 1982
** Owner: WBOC

District of Columbia

* Hughes Memorial Tower
** Height: 765 ft (232 m)
** Washington (coord|38|57|44|N|077|01|35|W|)
** Year built: 1989
** Owner: District of Columbia Office of Property Management
** Operator: Washington DC Police Department

* WTTG Television Tower
** Height: 705 ft (215 m)
** Washington (coord|38|57|22|N|077|04|58|W|)
** Year built: 1963
** Owner: WTTG Fox


*WDJR-FM Radio Tower
** Height: 1901 ft (579 m)
** Bethlehem (coord|30|55|12|N|085|44|30|W|)
** Year built: 1978
** Owner: Benedek License
*WTVY-TV Tower (planned)
** Height: 1999 ft
** Bonifay, Florida
*WCIX TV Tower Homestead, FL
**Height: 2000 ft (609m)
**Destroyed in 1992
*Green and Blue Diamond Condominium (Residential)
**46 Floors


* WCTV Television Tower (Tallahassee CBS 6)
** Height: 2000 ft (610 m)
** Metcalf (coord|30|40|14|N|083|56|26|W|)
** Year built: 1987
** Owner: Gray Midamerica TV
** At 2000 ft (610 m), this structure ties about a dozen others across the United States as the fifth tallest structure in the world.


* Navy VLF Antenna Farm
** Height: 1503 ft (458 m)
** Lualualei (coord|21|25|22|N|158|09|01|W|)
** Year built: 1972
** Owner: U.S. Navy / ROICC Pearl Harbor
** The record-holder is held by two towers, exactly identical, that reach 1503 ft (458 m) in height. They are used to communicate with submarines throughout the Pacific basin. The second tallest structure is the KHON-TV (Honolulu Fox 2) tower at 500 ft (152 m) located at coord|21|17|28|N|157|50|08|W|.


* KMVT Television Tower (Twin Falls CBS 11)
** Height: 682 ft (208 m)
** Jerome (coord|42|43|47|N|114|24|55|W|)
** Year built: 1961
** Owner: KMVT Broadcasting


* Sears Tower
** Height: 1730 ft (527 m)
** Chicago (coord|41|52|44|N|087|38|10|W|)
** Year built: 1974
** Owner: TrizecHahn Office Properties


* WTTV Television Tower (Bloomington WB 4)
** Height: 1132 ft (345 m)
** Trafalgar (coord|39|24|27|N|086|08|52|W|)
** Year built: 1957
** Owner: Tribune


* WOI Television Tower (Des Moines ABC 5)
** Height: 2000 ft (609.6 m)
** Alleman (coord|41|48|33|N|093|36|54|W|)
** Year built: 1972
** Owner: NYT Broadcast Holdings LLC

* Des Moines Hearst-Argyle Television Tower Alleman
**Height: 2000ft (609.6 m)
** Alleman (41°48'35.0" N, 93°37'17.0" W)
** Year built: 1974

* KCAU TV Tower
**Height: 2000ft (609.6 m)
** Sioux City (42°35'11.0" N, 96°13'57.0" W)
** Year built: 1965

* AFLAC Tower
**Height: 2000ft (609.4 m)
**Rowley (42°24'02.0" N, 91°50'37.0" W )
** Year built: 1984

* American Towers Tower Elkhart
**Height: 2000ft (609.3 m)
**Elkhart (41°49'48.0" N, 93°36'54.6" W)
** Year built: 2001


* KWCH Television Tower (Wichita CBS 12)
** Height: 1501 ft (458 m)
** Burrton (coord|38|03|38|N|097|45|50|W|)
** Year built: 1963
** Owner: Media General Operations
** This was KTVH-TV until 1983, when it became KWCH-TV. Signal also broadcast on DT on Ch 19.


* WAVE Television Tower (Louisville NBC 3)
** Height: 1739 ft (530 m)
** La Grange (coord|38|27|23|N|085|25|28|W|)
** Year built: 1990
** Owner: Raycom Media


* WCKW/KSTE Radio Tower (New Orleans 92.3/104.1 FM)
** Height: 2000 ft (610 m)
** Vacherie (coord|29|57|11|N|090|43|26|W|)
** Year built: 1986
** Owner: Clear Channel Broadcasting
** At 2000 ft (610 m), this structure ties about a dozen others across the United States as the fifth tallest structure in the world.


* WMTW Television Tower (Portland ABC 8)
** Height: 1667 ft (508 m)
** Baldwin (coord|43|50|44|N|070|45|41|W|)
** Year built: 2001
** Owner: Hearst-Argyle
** This tower was built in 2001 to replace WMTW's transmitting facility atop Mount Washington (read about the perils of this site here). It began transmitting on February 5, 2002. The second tallest structure is the WGME (CBS-13) tower in Portland, which measures 1624 ft (495 m).


* WBFF Television Tower (Baltimore Fox 45)
** Height: 1280 ft (390 m)
** Baltimore (coord|39|20|10|N|076|38|58|W|)
** Year built: 1987
** Owner: Cunningham Communications/Sinclair
** Second highest is WMDT-TV ABC/47 (Salisbury) at 1027 ft (313 m), near Sharptown.


* WGBH/WBZ/WCVB Cluster (Boston PBS/CBS/ABC)
** Height: 1296 ft (395 m)
** Needham (coord|42|18|37|N|071|14|12|W|)
** Year built: 1957
** Owner: CBS


* WCML Television Tower Atlanta (Alpena PBS 6)
** Height: 1349.11 ft (411.21 m)
** Atlanta coord|45|00|17|N|84|08|38|W|
** Year built: 1972
** Owner: Central Michigan University


* KPXM Television Tower (Minneapolis PAX 41)
** Height: 1505 ft (459 m)
** Big Lake (coord|45|23|00|N|093|42|31|W|)
** Year built: 1997
** Owner: Paxson Minneapolis / KXLI
** This station is licensed to St. Cloud; attempts to cover both that city and Minneapolis/St. Paul from a site between the two cities; and was formerly known as KXLI-TV.


* WLBT Television Tower (Jackson NBC 3)
** Height: 1998 ft (609 m)
** Raymond (coord|32|12|50|N|090|22|57|W|)
** Year built: 1999
** Owner: Raycom Media


** At 2000 ft (609.6 m), these structures tie about a dozen others across the United States as the fifth tallest structures in the world.

* Rohn Tower/KMOS Tower
** Height: 2000 ft (609.6 m)
** Syracuse
** Year built: 2001
** Owner: Central Missouri State University

* KY3 Tower 1
** Height: 2000 ft (609.4 m)
** Fordland ( coord|37|10|26|N|92|56|28|W|)
** Year built: 2000
** Owner: KYTV

* KY3 Tower 2
** Height: 1996 ft (608.4 m)
** Marshfield
** Year built: 1973
** Owner: KYTV

* KOZK Television Tower (Springfield PBS 21)
** Height: 1960 ft (597.4 m)
** Fordland (coord|37|10|11|N|092|56|31|W|)
** Year built: 1971
** Owner: Missouri State University (Former SW Missouri State University)
***See Also: List of tallest buildings and structures in Missouri


* KTGF Television Tower (Great Falls NBC 16)
** Height: 801 ft (244 m)
** Great Falls (coord|47|36|26|N|111|21|30|W|)
** Year built: 1986
** Owner: Max Media of Montana


* KLKN Television Tower (Lincoln ABC 8)
** Height: 1854 ft (565 m)
** Genoa (coord|41|32|28|N|097|40|46|W|)
** Year built: 1969
** Owner: Citadel Communications
** The KDUH-TV tower of 1965 ft (599 m) at Hemingford, NE collapsed in early 2003 during reinforcement work. The Duhamel Broadcasting Tower Angora was constructed about 30 miles away and was completed in September 2003. The replacement tower is 160 m (about 500 ft) shorter than the original. KXVO and KPTM in Omaha (which are co-owned) have an FCC construction permit to build a taller tower that would put their antennas 577 m (roughly 1900 ft) up. Was there also a 2000 ft-mast at Hemingford, Nebraska, which collapsed in 2002 and which was r?


* BREN Tower
** Height: 1527 ft (465 m)
** Nevada Test Site (coord|36|46|48|N|116|14|33|W|)
** Year built: 1962
** Owner: Department of Energy
** The BREN Tower, located in Jackass Flats (Area 25) of the Nevada Test Site, is a mast that was built for nuclear radiation testing. The 345 ton structure was constructed by Columbus, Ohio based Dresser-Ideco in 1962. It was originally erected in Yucca Flat (Area 4) before being dismantled in 1966 and moved to Area 25. The mast is owned by the Department of Energy and maintained by National Security Technologies. The second tallest structure in Nevada is the Moapa Entravision Tower at Moapa, a 426.7 metres tall guyed TV mast at Moapa erected in 2008, the third tallest 401 metres tall Moapa Kemp Tower at Moapa, the fourth tallest is Stratosphere Tower near downtown Las Vegas, which was erected in 1994-96 and reaches 1149 ft (350 m) and 921 ft (281 m) without the mast. It is also the second-tallest freestanding structure in the western U.S. after the Kennecott Smoke Stack in Utah; BREN Tower is secured by wires.

New Hampshire

* Abandoned WLRP tower
** Height: 663 ft (202 m)
** Winchester (coord|42|45|35|N|072|25|59|W|)
** Year built: 1966
** Owner: Gunn Mountain Communications
** Formerly was used for WRLP-32. Antenna and transmitter site has been abandoned since 1978.

New Jersey

* WWSI Television Tower (Philadelphia Telemundo 62)
** Height: 1000 ft (304.8 m)
** Tuckerton (coord|39|37|53|N|074|21|10|W|)
** Year built: 2000
** Owner: Hispanic Broadcasters of Philadelphia

New Mexico

* KBIM Television Tower (Roswell CBS 10)
** Height: 1837 ft (560 m)
** Roswell (coord|33|03|20|N|103|49|14|W|)
** Year built: 1965
** Owner: LIN TV

New York

* Empire State Building
** Height: 1453 ft (443 m)
** New York City (coord|40|44|54|N|073|59|09|W|)
** Year built: 1931
** Owner: Empire State Building
** Antennas used by WCBS (CBS 2), WNBC (NBC 4), WNYW (Fox 5), WABC (ABC 7), WPIX (CW 11), and more. Many of these sites were moved here after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.

North Carolina

* WBTV Television Tower (Charlotte CBS 3)
** Height: 2000 ft (609.6 m)
** Dallas (coord|35|21|51|N|081|11|12|W|)
** Year built: 1984
** Owner: Lincoln Financial Media

* WECT TV6 Tower
** Height: 2000 ft (609.6 m)
** Colly Township (34°34'44.0" N, 78°26'12.0" W)
** Year built: 1969

** Height: 2000 ft (609.5 m)
** Auburn (35°40'35.1"N, 78°32'07.2"W)
** Built in 1989 as replacement for two masts of the same height, which collapsed during a blizzard.

North Dakota

* KVLY Television Tower (Fargo NBC 11)
** Height: 2063 ft (629 m)
** Blanchard (coord|47|20|32|N|097|17|21|W|)
** Year built: 1963
** Owner: Meyer Broadcasting
** This tower was known as the KTHI Television Tower until June 1995. It is the second tallest structure in the world, eclipsed only by the still-under-construction Burj Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, planned for completion in 2009. As of September 2, 2008, the website for the Burj Dubai project reported that it has reached a height of 688 meters (2,257 feet). However, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat will not recognize the Burj Dubai figures as official until that building is complete. From 1974 until its collapse in 1991, the Warsaw Radio mast in Poland also eclipsed the KVLY-TV mast. North Dakota also has the third tallest structure in the world: the 2060 ft (628 m) KXJB-TV tower at Galesburg.
* KXJB Television Tower (Fargo/Valley City CBS 4)
** Height: 2060 ft (628 m)
** Galesburg (coord|47|16|45|N|97|20|27|W|)
** Year built: 1998
** The KXJB tower is the world's third largest man-made structure. It had collapsed three times due to winter and summer storms, though the first time it collapsed in 1968, it was caused from a Marine helicopter cutting four guy wires of the tower. The KVLY TV tower, the world's second-largest man-made structure is only about six miles from the KXJB tower.


* WNWO Television Tower (Toledo NBC 24)
** Height: 1437 ft (438 m)
** Oregon (coord|41|40|03|N|083|21|22|W|)
** Year built: 1983
** Owner: Barrington Broadcasting
** There was a taller tower from 1987 or 1988 until 1994 or 1995 when it was dismantled. It belonged to WCOM-TV (Mansfield Ind 68) and was located just south of Butler, Ohio. WCOM-TV signed on March 3, 1988. Height of the tower was 1576 ft. WCOM-TV used the tall tower and a directional antenna to try to serve the Columbus market. The station went dark in 1991 and the tower was sold to a religious broadcaster in South Carolina to be used as two separate 800 ft towers. An engineer recently reported that part of the tower was still on the ground in Sumter, South Carolina.


* Perry Broadcasting Tower (KVSP 103.5 FM)
** Height: 2000 ft (609.5 m)
** Carnegie (coord|35|15|03|N|098|36|54|W|)
** FCC database lists tower as being in Alfalfa, OK, a nonincorporated community north of Carnegie, OK
** At 2000 ft, this is the tallest structure in Oklahoma.
** It currently is used solely for the broadcast of KVSP 103.5 FM (Power 103.5), with studios in Oklahoma City.
** Year built: 2004
** Owner: Perry Broadcasting of Southwest Oklahoma
* KTUL Television Tower (Tulsa ABC 8)
** Height: 1909 ft (582 m)
** Coweta (coord|35|58|08|N|095|36|56|W|)
** Year built: 1988
** Owner: KTUL, LLC


* KPDX Television Tower (Portland UPN 49)
** Height: 1081 ft (329 m)
** Portland (coord|45|31|22|N|122|45|11|W|)
** Year built: 1994
** Owner: KPDX-TV (PDX 49) / Meredith Corporation


* WPVI Television Tower (Philadelphia ABC 6)
** Height: 1276 ft (389 m)
** Philadelphia (coord|40|02|33|N|075|14|32|W|)
** Year built: 1998
** Owner: WPVI Inc./CBS
* KDKA AM Radio Tower (Pittsburgh AM 1020)
** Height: 718 ft (219 m)
** Pittsburgh (coord|40|33|33.0|N|079|57|10.0|W|)
** Year built:1987
** Owner: KDKA Radio/CBS

Rhode Island

* WLNE Television Tower (Providence ABC 6)
** Height: 1001 ft (305 m)
** Tiverton (coord|41|35|48|N|071|11|22|W|)
** Year built: 1965
** Owner: Freedom Communications

outh Carolina

* WCSC Television Tower (Charleston CBS 5)
** Height: 2000 ft (609.6 m)
** Awendaw (coord|32|55|29|N|079|41|57|W|)
** Year built: 1986
** Owner: Lincoln Financial Media

* Diversified Communications Tower
** Height: 2000 ft (609.6 m)
** Floyd Dale ( 34°22'3.0" N, 79°19'48.0" W)
** Year built: 1981

outh Dakota

* KDLT Television Tower (Sioux Falls NBC 46)
** Height: 1999 ft (609 m)
** Rowena (coord|43|30|18|N|096|33|23|W|)
** Year built: 1999
** Owner: Red River Broadcast LLC


* WIMZ-FM Tower
** Height: 1752 ft (534 m)
** Knoxville (coord|36|08|06|N|083|43|29|W|)
** Year built: 1966
** Owner: South Central Communications
** The tower is home to WIMZ-FM 103.5, whose antenna is at the top. The tower itself is located one mile east of House Mountain, and stands 1,752 ft (479 m) above ground level. When used for television broadcasts by its former owner, Multimedia, Incorporated (former licensee of WBIR-TV, Knoxville) it was shielded by mountains from the audience in the western Knoxville suburbs like Farragut, Oak Ridge, and Oliver Springs. This tower was built, because the owners of WBIR-TV could not obtain land atop nearby House Mountain, because the only land suitable for a television tower base on the mountain, had been purchased by the station's main competitor WATE-TV, Knoxville.


* Winnie Cumulus Broadcasting Tower
** Height: 2000 ft (609.6 m)
** Winnie, Texas (coord|29|56|9.8|N|094|30|39.4|W|)
** Year built: ?
** Tower built, although according FCC-entry listed as granted

* Liberman Broadcasting Tower Era
** Height: 2000 ft (609.6 m)
** Winnie, Texas (coord|33|29|5.5|N|097|24|44.8|W|)
** Year built: 2006
* KLDE Radio Tower (Houston 107.5 FM Oldies)
** Height: 1999 ft (609.3 m)
** Liverpool (coord|29|17|17|N|095|13|54|W|)
** Year built: 1986
** Owner: Clear Channel Broadcasting

* Salem Radio Properties Tower
** Height: 1999 ft (609.3 m)
** Collinsville (coord|33|32|8|N|096|49|55|W|)
** Year built: 2002

* Stowell Cumulus Broadcasting Tower
** Height: 1999 ft (609.3 m)
** Stowell (coord|29|41|52.5|N|094|24|9.3|W|)
** Year built: ?
** Tower built, although according FCC-entry listed as granted Height data according to FCC-entries.


* Kennecott Smokestack
** Height: 1215 ft (370 m)
** Garfield (coord|40|43|18|N|112|11|52|W|)
** Year built: 1978
** Owner: Kennecott Copper Corporation
** This incredibly tall smokestack was designed to help the Garfield smelter comply with the Clean Air Act. It is a prominent structure along the shore of the Great Salt Lake adjacent to Interstate 80, about 10 miles (16 km) west of Salt Lake City. The smoke rises to an altitude of 5540 ft (1,689 m) MSL. The tallest non-smokestack structure is a 660 ft (201 m) radio mast near Plain City, owned by the Bible Broadcasting Network.


* WKDR Radio Tower (Burlington News/Talk 1390)
** Height: 445 ft (136 m)
** Burlington (coord|44|29|47|N|073|12|49|W|)
** Year built: 1981
** Owner: Hometown Broadcasting


* American Towers Tower Suffolk
** Height: 1,254.9 feet (382.5 metre)
** Suffolk at 36°48'31.8" N and 76°30'11.3"
** Year Built: 2003
** Owner: American Towers Corp. (ATC)


* Columbia Center
** Height: 967 ft (295 m)
** Seattle, 701 Fifth Avenue (coord|47|36|16|N|122|19|48|W|)
** Year built: 1982-85
** Owner: Equity Office Properties
** The Columbia Center was intended to be 1005 ft (306 m) tall but was disapproved by the FAA. It was built in 1982-85 and has 76 floors.
*KREM Tower
**The tallest antenna tower is the 940 ft (287 m) KREM (CBS-2) tower at Spokane.

West Virginia

* WOWK Television Tower (Huntington-Charleston CBS 13)
** Height: 1112 ft (339 m)
** Huntington (coord|38|30|21|N|082|12|33|W|)
** Year built: 1975
** Owner: West Virginia Media Holdings
** Became the top tower by default after the 2003 collapse of the WVAH tower. The FCC database lists a Huntington tower at 1158 ft (353 m) but does not indicate that it was constructed. The WVAH tower of 1551 ft (473 m) at Scott Depot collapsed around 10:15 am on February 19 2003 due to excessive loading from ice during a winter storm. WVAH was the Fox 11 affiliate. The tower was located at N38 25' 15" W81 55' 26", and was built around 1980.


* WEAU Television Tower (Eau Claire NBC 13)
** Height: 1998 ft (609 m)
** Fairchild (coord|44|39|50|N|090|57|41|W|)
** Year built: 1981
** Owner: WEAU-TV


* LORAN-C facility antenna
** Height: 700 ft (213 m)
** Gillette (coord|44|00|11|N|105|37|24|W|)
** Year built: ?
** Owner: U.S. Coast Guard
** A Coast Guard site in Wyoming is part of the worldwide LORAN marine navigation network, which is gradually becoming obsolete due to GPS. The tower is especially useful to ships plying the Great Lakes. The antenna puts out 540 kW of power

Puerto Rico

* Telemundo WKAQ TV Tower
**Height: 336 m
**Cayey (coord|18|06|47.0|N|66|03|09.0|W| )

An incomplete lists of tallest structures in Puerto Rico. Main reference: FCC-database

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