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Report - Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, Chelmsford, 24\10\09

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Raddog, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. Raddog

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    "Birthplace of Radio" it says on the town signs. You'd think that someone somewhere would think this place is worthy of preservation and probably ideal for a museum of radio. Doesn't look that way. Looks like this place has an uncertain future.

    Visited with dweeb with light fading fast, not much more than a quick run round the place and a climb of the water tower. Nice place, loads of history. Tower is the most pigeon infested place I've ever been, attacked by flying rats, too much even for the master of beasts!

    Getting back into the car, I switched on the radio. Awesome! Guiglimo you are a legend!


    Train tracks in the yard and train loading bays
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    Wartime Camouflage
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    Insulator for some manner of epic transmitter no doubt
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    Winged Beast
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