Re: Power lines6
Aug 04, 2021 3:27 pm
post a picture, it is generally quite easy to understand from the picture
My Guess would be 66kv they are planned to be along the sidewalk and seems there is no easment for construction as they are right against some boundaries!
Re: Power lines8
Aug 04, 2021 9:01 pm
Go and search on NationalMap (https://nationalmap.gov.au/).
I had a quick look but don't know the area. They are possibly 330kV (background, steel structures, yellow colour on attached photo) and maybe 132kV on the concrete poles (red colour on attached photo).
Edit: You will need to use the 'Add Data' button and find 'Energy' > 'Electricity Infrastructure' > 'Transmission' > 'Transmission Lines' then 'Add to Map' to show the overlay on NationalMap.
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