Wake-body interactions for a two-dimensional structural angle member during stationary and vortex induced oscillatory conditions are studied using a conventional low turbulence wind tunnel. The response of an angle section with combined plunging and torsion indicates that the oscillations occur essentially in one of the two degrees of freedom. The measurements of frequency and phase substantiated this observation. The plunging resonance exhibits the familiar vortex capture phenomenon where the shedding frequency is controlled by the cylinder motion over a finite wind speed range. On the other hand, the torsional vibration shows a vortex control phenomenon where the vortex shedding governs the frequency of oscillation. The vortex induced torsional resonance was found to be severe even at moderate damping levels. The results should prove useful in structural designs such as high voltage transmission towers, antenna masts, bridges, etc. where angle sections are often used as secondary members.