Links.

Here are a few useful links that may help with information.

If you think your site should be listed here, contact me!

Other collectors. Organisations and Publications Suppliers of Parts and Data Other links (including steam engines).

 

Other Collectors.

Adrian's British Battery Portable Tube Radio Pages. This site has a great collection of old portable radios, along with test gear and some communication receivers. Well worth a look!

The Valve Page. Lots of info on radio, television and test equipment, well worth a visit! Also includes arange of downloadable manuals for test equipment.

Bill and Stan's Tektronix resource site. The site for info on Tek scopes!

Alan Lord. Vintage radio collector and Radio Ham. A very nice site, check out the projects page, and the TV servicing stories! This site also has a vintage radio forum attached.

Vintage Technology. Emil Dudek's very well put together site.

Early Wireless. Lorn Clark's site dealing with crystal sets and later technology.

Vintage Radio Repair and Restoration. The incredibly useful site of Paul Stenning, this site has a very good vintage radio forum, loads of useful advice and restoration hints, and a "service data by email" service. Paul also produces some excellent CD ROM compillations of service and valve data.

Vintage Radio World. Tony Thompson's excellent site. Check out the excellent books that Tony produces.

John Wolff's Web Museum. online museum of calculators and mechanical music.

Virtual Valve Museum. Jeremy Harmer's huge collection of valves, along with a lot of useful data.

Christian Fletcher. Christian is a collector and restorer of radio and other electronic gear, based in Yorkshire. A very well put together site, and you can see his current projects in a step by step diary.

George West's Ferrograph Site. A fantastic site dedicated to Ferrograph tape recorders.

The Transistor Museum. Exactly what it says! lots of useful data and history on early semiconductors.

Vintage Radio Resources. Peter Hughes site. Lots of nice radios, and some to buy.

SPTV. Allsorts of TV history, from mechanical onwards.

The Heathkit Virtual Museum. An excellent site which details the development of the Heath kits, and shows examples of many, with their concise details.

The Early television Foundation. An excellent site on the history of television, the museum is based in the USA, but has a large number of UK and European sets as well.

 

Organisations and Publications.

British Vintage Wirelesss Society. The organisation for serious collectors, students and fans of radio technology.

Cray Valley Radio Society. The site of the CVRS, giving details of events they are involved in.

Radio Bygones. Bi-monthly magazine covering all aspects of vintage radio.

 

 

Suppliers of Parts and Data.

Vintage Radio Repair and Restoration. The incredibly useful site of Paul Stenning, this site has a very good vintage radio forum, loads of useful advice and restoration hints, and a "service data by email" service. Paul also produces some excelllent CD ROM compillations of service and valve data.

The Valve Page. Lots of info on radio, television and test equipment, well worth a visit! Also includes arange of downloadable manuals for test equipment.

Vintage Radio World. Tony Thompson's excellent site. Check out the excellent books that Tony produces. Tony can also supply service data.

On The Air. Large shop in Chester supplying complete restored sets, gramophones, sets for restoration, telephones and other odds and ends (they also sell gramophone needles!).

Crowthorne Tubes. Supliers of valves and other radio bits, as well as complete equipment. They also have some service information for test equipment.

BAMA. Huge on-line database of downloadable service data, mainly for test equipment and communications sets, downloads are free!

Savoy Hill Publications. Huge range of service data for radios and test equipment.

Virtual Valve Museum. Lots of useful valve data on-line.

Farnell In One. Supplier of electronic components, good range of high voltage capacitors.

RS Components. Supplier of electronic components, good range of high voltage capacitors.

CPC. Supplier of electronic components.

Retro Bakelite Telephones. Suppliers and collectors of Bakelite telephones.

 

Other Links (Including steam)

Sitemeter. Supplier of our site statistics service.

Hiveware. Supplier of email address encryption service (seems to have changed its name to Automatic......)

KWMAP. A keyword based websearch engine - try it!

Britannia 2668. The home page of Burrell showmans engine No.2668 "Britannia", which attends a number of local steam events.

Twyford Waterworks Trust. Preserved Edwardian waterworks, with large steam and diesel pumps, and water softening plant.

The Bill Targett Rally. Homepage of teh BillTargett Steam Rally, near Alresford, Hampshire.

 

And Finally, especially for Abby, I've added this link:

Meeting People with Ham Radios

 

 

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