Insulators: Up the Telephone Pole
This rare Beehive insulator, coveted for its purple color, sold for $2,200 at an online auction. Insulators are used on the tops of telephone poles to insulate wires so electricity doesn’t leak into the pole and earth. Get connected wiith prized insulators.
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