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Apollo Mobile Launcher with Launch Umbilical Tower and "Milk Stool" at KSC, circa 1982

These pictures are of the Apollo Launch Umbilical Tower "Bone yard" in a back lot in the industrial area of KSC, this is where the last complete Apollo-Saturn LUT is stored. It was cut into sections when the complete structure was deemed to be a safety risk. There were three original towers, the other two were converted to become part of the Space Shuttle Fixed Service Structures at pads 39 A & B

lut 30'.jpg (112742 bytes) lut 60'.jpg (88725 bytes) lut stair.jpg (136648 bytes) lut-80.jpg (39922 bytes)
30' Level 60' Level 60' Level staircase section 80' Level
lut-80-1.jpg (33451 bytes) lut X'.jpg (111440 bytes) lut 120'.jpg (91351 bytes) lut 140'.jpg (111910 bytes)
80' Level 100' Level 120' Level 140' Level
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160' Level 180' Level 180' Level emergency exit route sign 200' Level
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220' Level 220' Level 240' Level 260' Level
lut 300' deck.jpg (85053 bytes) lut 340' deck.jpg (126712 bytes) lut top.jpg (144198 bytes) lut boneyard.jpg (131817 bytes)
300' Level From 320' Level 340' Level section, with hammerhead crane, in the Apollo Saturn Center at KSC Panorama of the Apollo Launch Umbilical Tower "Bone yard"
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Swing Arm #1 Swing Arm #3 Swing Arm #3 Swing Arm #4
lut arm 5-1.jpg (105585 bytes) lut arm 6.jpg (96180 bytes) lut arm 6-1.jpg (135247 bytes) lut arm X-1.jpg (115304 bytes)
Swing Arm #5 Swing Arm #6 Swing Arm #6 Swing Arm #7
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Swing Arm #8 Swing Arm #9 Swing Arm #9 Whiteroom (NASA image) This Whiteroom is no longer at KSC, it was taken and restored for use in the HBO mini series "From The Earth to the Moon". It is unclear where it now resides. Apollo 12 1969 (NASA Image)