Apollo/Saturn Launch Umbilical Tower #1

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Doug's excellent set of LUT images:


Service Arm #8

Level 340ft (front),
360ft (behind), Level between 100 & 240ft (back)

Level 300ft
elevator shaft on display at Sat-V center

Elevator shaft
unknown location

Service Arms #?, #5? & #?


Level 160ft?

Service Arms #?, #?

Service Arm #6

Level 360ft?

Level 60ft
A-Frame Section


Service Arm #5

Level 30ft

Level 220ft
Arm #6 mount-point

Service Arm #3

Service Arm #6?


Service Arm #2?
& Level 300ft

Level 140ft
Arm #3 mount-point

Level 300ft

Level 280ft

Level 30


Level 60ft
Arm #1 mount-point

Machine Room
from Level 360ft

Level 340ft (right),
360ft (middle), Level between 100 & 240ft (left)

Level 300ft
& Service Arm #2

Overview
The Boneyard


Tower Section
(above 100ft/below 240ft)

Tower Section
(above 100ft/below 240ft)

Level 360ft
(Machine Room removed)

Level 160ft
Note: miniature platforms

Stairwell
(unknown location)


Overview
from Tower Section

Overview
from Tower Section

Overview
from Tower Section

Overview
from Tower Section

Overview
from Tower Section


Overview
from Tower Section

Level 60ft
Arm #1 mount-point

Level 80ft
A-frame join

Level 200ft
Arm #5 mount-point

Overview
The Boneyard


Machine Room
from Level 360ft

Service Arm # ?, # ? & # ?

Service Arm
Mounting Girder

Service Arm # ?

Service Arm
Mounting Girder


Service Arm #8
& Mounting Girder

Here are four more images, courtesy of Greg Katnik:


Service Arms # ?, # ?, # ? & # ?

Level 60ft
Arm #1 mount-point

Tower Sections
(above 100ft/below 240ft)

Level 220ft
Arm #6 mount-point


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My sincere thanks to Doug Forest for supplying me with, and allowing me to post these images.

My sincere thanks also go to Greg Katnik for allowing me to post the extra four images.


Last modified: 12th September 2003
Images: © Doug Forest, 2002 & © Greg Katnik, 2002.
Web-Page: © Ross Tierney, 2002, 2003.