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Cable from the Warsaw Radio Mast
WarsawCable

Origin

Warsaw Radio Mast

Type

10 Foot Long Steel Cable

Effects

Can increase its length up to 2,120 feet long. Can also change from rigid to flexible.

Downsides

Extremely heavy

Activation

Being held

Collected by

Agent Brady Brown

Section

Architect/Engineering/Building Annex

Aisle

543-9678

Shelf

2467-07326-432

Date of Collection

May.5.2014

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OriginEdit

The Warsaw Radio Mast was the world's tallest structure until its collapse on August 8, 1991. The mast, which was designed by Jan Polak, was 646.38 metres (2,120.7 ft) tall. Its construction, started in July 1970, was completed on May 18, 1974, and its transmitter entered regular service on July 22 of that year. It was located in Konstantynów, Gąbin, Poland, and was used by Warsaw Radio-Television (Centrum Radiowo-Telewizyjne) for longwave radio broadcasting.

EffectEdit

The cable, which is normally 10 feet long, can increase its length up to 2,120 feet long. It can also transform from flexible to rigid. The only downsides are that it is extremly heavy and difficult to move when fully extended. When able, it is used like Arthur Claude Darby's Rope.

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