Lists and newsgroup for boatanchors
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QSL net hosts a number of free listserves
including a boatanchor interest list and lists related to specific manufacturers. Sign up info and archives are available. Also offers
free web sites
for ham radio licensees.
Digests of the paid BOATANCHOR List and lots of other lists
from Steve Modena AB4EL
Collections specializing in a single brand.
WA3KEY Virtual Collins Radio Museum
Great pictures and information for Collins enthusiasts.
WA5VLZ Radio Bay
Niel specializes in National, great pictures from the 50th Anniversary National Radio Company Album.
VE4YH Virtual Swan Museum
Gary specializes in Swan equipment.
specializes in R-390 and R-390A info.
Individual shacks and collections
Jerry Proc's boatanchors
and diagrams/ photos of radios in the B-24
, from the Netherlands, shows off several European oldies
Nick's Vintage Ham Radio Gear
Very large collection of BA's, especially Heathkit.
in Grant Youngman N5QT's Ham Shack.
Art Marshall W1FJI
Vintage from Spark to the 1950's
Bart Berg K8IRC
Great collection of operating-position boatanchors.
Jose Gavila's collection
Check out his TV-7 tube tester info.
WA2WHW, Jim Hawkin's page
Great site for "tube tours" and a variety of radio-related information including Jim's various amateur radio "shacks" over the past 30 years.
Fair Radio Sales
is well-known for sales of surplus military BA's and parts.
Museums real and virtual
The Museum of Radio and Technology
in Huntington, West Virginia
The Heathkit Virtual Museum
Images and information from Heathkit ads.
Signal Corps Museum
at Fort Gordon (USA)
The Canadian Military Communications and Electronics Museum.
page down and check out the R-390A's in use on a mission for the UN in the Congo.
Pictures of R-390A receivers on the USS Pueblo
captured by the North Koreans in 1968. The pictures taken by Joe KG4DVB.
The Society for the Preservation of Antique Radio museum
in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The Dutch Surplus Radio Society
The members not only use boatanchors but have the proper trucks for hauling them.
Spark and big old/new antennas
The Grimeton station in Sweden,
home of the last large, working Alexanderson alternator VLF transmitter. Birds-eye photo of the antenna system.
Here is a
Canadian Wullenweber "elephant cage" antenna system
Page down to SRS.
a link to the local Athens County Amateur Radio Association. No pictures. Boatanchors occasionally make appearances at their hamfest.
a link to the local Sunday Creek Amateur Radio Federation. Boatanchors also make occasional appearances at their hamfest.
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