900 WGHM Nashua, New Hampshire

(42°45'34"N 71°28'37"W)


The WGHM transmitter site during spring flooding of the Nashua River (above), and photos of a Red-Tail Hawk that likes to perch on the antenna (below).  1590 WSMN Nashua is multiplexed into the same antenna, for years operating under an FCC STA, now permanently licensed low power omnidirectional as a new directional transmitter site planned further west along the Nashua River never got built.   The original WSMN transmitter site and studios formerly located at Routes 3 and 111 were torn down to make way for a housing development during the peak of the real estate bubble.


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