PHOTOGRAPHS OF YESTERYEAR P
PHOTOGRAPHS OF YESTERYEAR
showing various Naval Wireless Stations abroad and at home
Hong Kong - Stonecutters Island in WW2 [and before] before the Japanese captured the Colony HONG KONG STONECUTTERS ISLAND.pdf
Singapore - Kranji and Seletar in the early 1930's plus a more modern photograph supplied by Kevin Ocarroll SINGAPORE RADIO STATIONS OF THE 1930's
Gibraltar - covering the periods of approximately 1912 and the early to mid 1930's ***** GIBRALTAR SHORE COMMS 1912-1936
Simons Town South Africa - Klaver Camp W/T Station rebuild in 1940 SIMONS TOWN RADIO STATION
Horsea Island W/T Station in Portsmouth's Harbour ***** HORSEA WT
Aden - not quite as clear cut as other Stations. A case of "power to the people", but which people, Arabs or Navy men.  Plenty of transmitters, but not enough volts and amps ! ADEN WT
Malta - Zebbug, Rinella and others from the earliest times viz 1912 to closure. MALTA ALL COMMUNICATORS TOGETHER
Flowerdown W/T - currently just the one photograph supplied by Kevin Ocarroll Click to enlarge

 

SHORE STATIONS - Defence Communications Network [DCN] RN DCN FIXED SERVICES 1965.pdf
RN DCN COMMUNICATION GROUPS 1965.pdf
DCN ENGINEERING.pdf
***** This file what the stations looked like.pdf tells of the Gibraltar and Horsea sites in 1908.  However, the story it tells starts with the main British Naval Radio Station of the day at Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire and moves into the Horsea story. Thus, without the Cleethorpes lead-in one wouldn't understand the Horsea bit.  -
A sunny spot in the North Atlantic ? BERMUDA WT STATION