Power Lines

Power Lines

Posted on 07/06/2017


Photo taken on June 28, 2017


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Carolina Power & Light 23kV & Municipal 13.2kV - Lumberton, NC

Carolina Power & Light  23kV & Municipal 13.2kV - Lumberton, NC
Another view of the dual-transformer brakestomper pole.

Peggy C, Jesse Lor, David Dahle, Justin S have particularly liked this photo


6 comments - The latest ones
Gage Parker (MercedesL0ver)
Gage Parker (Mercede…
Thats not a a original duke pole.
2 weeks ago.
Power Lines
Power Lines
These are old poles from Carolina Power & Light (which merged into Progress Energy, and then into "Duke Energy"). I've changed the names over to their original builder so they'll make more sense.
2 weeks ago.
Gage Parker (Mercede… has replied to Power Lines
Progress is still a different company its now "Duke Energy Progress"
21 hours ago.
Peggy C
Peggy C
.. and the power companies make more money with their monopoly ...

Seen in EXPLORE.
11 days ago.
Power Lines
Power Lines
Interesting how you mention the electric monopoly here. This photo shows an unusual case where two utilities' boundaries overlap, giving customers a choice on their electric providers! The line/transformer on top is owned by Duke Energy, and the line/transformer on the bottom is owned by the Lumberton Electric Department.
10 days ago.
Peggy C
Peggy C
Most unusual ...
We have Duke Energy (still call it Duke Power) --
Don't know that I have ever lived where electric utilities were not a monopoly .. where we lived in Florida, the city owned it.

Hats off to Lumberton Electric Dept !
10 days ago.