I've seen many of them that were posted here, and none said "that's it" to me like this one. The type of tower, it's height (it was 384'), the location and direction of the larger microwave link antenna, the parking area at the base of the tower, the transmitter shack and it's placement, even the shape of the mountains nearby, all tell me that I've been there before, but it was 55 years ago, so some things are a little different. This tower had guy cables to the top, and the one that I climbed didn't have any at all on the top 84', so it moved around in the strong winds. I was told that it didn't have them because they would interfere with the transmissions, but there are cables connected to the top in this video. Maybe they added them since I left. There is also a fall arrest cable in the video and I didn't have that luxury back then, but that also could have been added since I was there. I'm going to try to contact the poster to see if it's the same antenna tower that I once maintained. I got to do everything for them, cables, lights, and antennas. I did it all.
If I get an answer, I'll post it.
Central North Carolina