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For years I’ve wanted to write a story about telephone poles, that ubiquitous presence that is almost entirely overlooked unless we hit them with a car on black ice.

I finally did – and the Monitor ran it on Christmas Day. Several people read it, I’m sure.

So you can read it, too, and figure out where I got 500,000 as my estimate of the number of distribution poles (as compared to big transmission line towers) that can be found in the Granite State.

Here’s the story.

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