LINKS

mainly the one's we chose and others who asked to be listed!

Welcome to the Science Museum

Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station - based at the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum - Home Page

The Marconi Centre at Poldhu Point on the Lizard Peninsula

Sadly, Marconi's second (but most famous) Cornish Wireless Station, from which he made the historic transmission to St. John's in Newfoundland in 1901, no longer exists, although the bases of the huts, in front of the former Poldhu Cove Hotel, are preserved as of historic and Archaeological importance.  Gugliegmo Marconi chose this site - for his first transmissions to Ireland and Newfoundland and for much later work - because of its westerly location, its freedom from obstruction and for the convenience of the Poldhu Hotel to house his workforce. 
The Poldhu Hotel may now be apartments and Marconi's buildings may have gone, except for foundations, but the combined efforts of the Poldhu Amateur Radio Club, the National Trust and the Marconi Company resulted in a permanent Marconi Centre Museum opening at Poldhu Point in 2004.  Essentially,  the Marconi Centre is home to the Poldhu Amateur Radio Club, an entirely appropriate use for so historic a site.  In the field behind the centre you can see the foundations of Marconi's buildings and a levelled circle where aerial arrays stood.  Nearby an earlier monument stands on the clifftop, commemorating Marconi's feat and bearing four commemorative plaques.  Centre opening times are a bit odd and there is an uphill walk from a car park. 
From Mullion village follow Poldhu Cove signs, car park behind beach
Marconi Monument at Poldhu Point on a very misty morning

AWA Selected Web Links - Museums

Subterranea Britannica: Sites: RUGBY RADIO STATION CALLSIGN GBR

KEITHS VINTAGE RACAL SITE

Radar emitter database for Electronic Warfare Research

Defence Electronics History Society [DEHS] formerly Friends of CHiDE

RAN Communications Branch Association

http://www.watsonwatt.org/

ROYAL NAVAL AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY

RUGBY AND UK SUBMARINES

THE SAD STORY OF THE BRITISH SUBMARINE HM S/M UNBEATEN

PORTSMOUTH ROYAL DOCKYARD HISTORY

New TCA website

Devonport Dockyard