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1. Alas, the Lights Are Out of Sight Alas, the Lights Are Out of Sight January 25, 2006 Article describes the history of the lights on the 1,042 foot "Channel 5 Tower," located at 31st and Grand. After September 11, 2001, the tower was decorated with over 1,300 red, white, and blue light...

2. Elevator Shaft Elevator Shaft circa 1920s-1930s Birds-eye view looking down from the interior of a radio tower or possibly an elevator shaft at a construction site. A city street and traffic are also in view.

3. Kansas City Public Television Station Kansas City Public Television Station 1989 Full view of KCPT television tower (formerly KCMO-TV's), looking east along 31st from Grand. Tower located at 125 E. 31st.

4. Kansas City Star Kansas City Star 1928 View looking north on Grand Avenue. The Kansas City Star newspaper building is in view in the center, located at 18th and Grand just south of downtown Kansas City, Missouri. There are vehicles in view...

5. KCMO-TV Tower KCMO-TV Tower According to the local history index card, the KCMO-TV Tower at 125 East 31st Street (owned by KCPT-TV, Channel 19, as of the mid-1970s) is 1,042 feet tall.

6. New KMBC Station Links Radio and Pioneer Era New KMBC Station Links Radio and Pioneer Era October 1933 Description of the new KMBC radio station and tower being constructed at 50th and Belinder. Includes a drawing and details and specifics of the building and part of the "vertical radiator," or tower. Arthur...