utility pole

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utility pole

An outdoor pole installed by a telephone or electric utility company for the support of conductors and other electric or telephone equipment.
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The work up for sale at Bonhams - simply titled A House - shows a large barn-type building set in fields with prominent telegraph posts nearby.
Motorcycle road racing is regarded as one of the most dangerous of all sports as riders compete at up to 320kph on country roads, often lined with trees, telegraph posts and walls.
Years ago, blokes with a few bob or a family garage, a love of speed and, let's be honest, a bit of a death wish - crash barriers were in the shape of walls, trees and telegraph posts - flung racing cars around tracks for fun as much as anything.
After about three-quarters of a mile we reach a waymarked post - before a series of wooden footbridges ahead - and, at this point, we cut back sharply to the right along a wide track that runs towards a line of telegraph posts.
David Beatty, a neighbour in Sir Nigel's village, Cold Christmas, near Ware, Hertfordshire, said: 'The posters were on telegraph posts and on the gateposts of his drive.