Who's gonna be the one that goes up there with a tape measure?
Hopefully this helps. Assume
that all the horizontal beams are an equal vertical distance apart. That means that there would be 20 horizontal beams on the structure, but include the distance from the base of the tower to the first horizontal. So the vertical distance of the structure is equal to the distance between 21 horizontal beams equally spread apart vertically.
So take: 415ft(Height of the actual tower) ÷ 21 (number of horizontal beams) = 19.762ft vertical distance between each horizontal beam.
Based upon this we can assume
that LL is 19.762ft from the top of the tower.
LL ends at the horizontal beam from the top of the tower. So take 415 - 19.762 = meaning the height of LL is *about* 395.283 ft. THIS IS NOT EXACT.
Boy do I feel extremely nerdy after this.
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