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Created On: 01 June 2009 11:07 PM
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 01 June 2009 11:07 PM
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AncientMariner

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I am privately researching the now dismantled Criggion Radio Station.

Whilst primarily known for its Very Low Frequency (VLF) transmission with the call-sign GBZ on 19.6 kHz, Criggion also had Low Frequency (LF) transmitters and aerials. (The LF feeders from a seperate transmitter building were visible from the public road which ran beneath the aerial.)

My interest are the LF transmissions. Which so far to date, I can only find mention of here: http://www.oswestry-history.co...on-radio-station.html

Please contact me via PM if you have any information.

Thanks.

Clive

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waalj51

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Please contact me via my email
andrew.lynne@btinternet.com
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