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Two metal riveted telephone supports, the beginning of the twentieth century

Historical information about the object

The height of the supports is 10.5 m. The width and length at the bottom of each support is 1×1 m in the form of a pedestal (fitter’s booth) with a height of 2.35 m. There are 112 porcelain isolators on the traverses. On January 1, 1900, the 24 km long intercity telephone line Drohobych-Boryslav-Skhidnytsia was opened. On March 1, 1907, in Boryslav, telephone communication with Lviv (and later to other cities of the country and Europe) began to work for the first time.


Carpatska Brama street, 26

Object accessibility

Free access

Preservation for 2021


Object category (type)

Engineering and industrial


  • Carpatska Brama street, 26