The Boatanchors Directory
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- The Museum of Radio and Technology - in Huntington, West Virginia
- Rolf Bergendorf's Radio Museum - in Sweden
- AWA - The American Wireless Association Museum - Hilton, NY - Take a 'Virtual Tour'
- Bletchley Park - Station X - Bletchley Park Trust. During WWII, the German secret codes were broken here. Many radio amateurs were involved in the interception and decoding.
- Bletchley Park Group. - History of the site, details of tours and opening hours, links to related sites.
- Drake Virtual Museum - From Belgium. In 1943 a young electrical engineer, with a background in radio design, lauched the R. L. Drake company.
- Early and Unusual Radio Apparatus Museum - by W1TP.
- Grid Dip Meters - The GDO collection of N4XY. He has over 20 different kinds of dip meters here!
- Hammond Museum of Radio - Fred Hammond VE3HC of Guelph is the curator of this museum. View over 1,000 operational receivers and transmitters from the spark era to the first solid state.
- Headphones - Scott's Vintage Headphone Museum - more types than you can imagine.
- Historical Electronics Museum - Lots of interesting information and exhibit of a TBL receiver, at the museum in Linthicum, Maryland.
- KF6GK Boatanchors Museum - Collection of vintage amateur radio equipment. Pictures of Halicrafters SX-111, SX-62A, NC-300, NC-98, NC-188, and TR-4.
- Kodiak Military History Museum - Kodiak Alaska Military History, Museum Radios and Electronics Collection
- K2TQN's Old Radio Museum - The theme is "Ham Radio before WWII". Featuring an authentic 1933 ham radio station.
- Kurrajong Radio Museum, Australia - Mostly military sets featured here.
- Lorne's Vintage Wireless Museum - From the UK - pictures and articles about crystal sets, early radio and the BBC.
- MMM - Military Museum in the Midlands - Includes information about Arnhem etc..
- Museum Of American Heritage - Descriptions of the Radio Exhibits.
- Museum of Code Practice Oscillators - By N4MW.
- Museum of Radio and Technology - Antique radio museum with vintage radios, TVs, tubes, parts, posters, communication radios, early hi-fi, and broadcast transmitters. Huntington, WV.
- The Museum of Submarine Telegraphy - Museum includes early undersea communications technology. Porthcurno, UK.
- The Museum of Tektronix Scopes - Pictures, and descriptions of all the old oscilloscope models and accessories.
- The Museum of Telegraph and Scientific Instruments - Historical technical data including information on early QSL cards.
- National Valve Museum - Thermionic valves for radio, television. Fully databased museum with all exhibits illustrated.
- Ordnance Technical Intelligence Museum - Be sure to click on 'MUSEUM TOUR.' - Includes links to many military radio sites.
- Pavek Museum of Broadcasting - boasts that they have "one of the world's finest collections of antique radio, television, and broadcast equipment."
- Radio Era Archives - Radio Era Archives antique radio museum. includes a separate museum for Zenith Trans-Oceanic radios.
- Radio Museum in Rottenburg, Germany - Review of the last 75 years of radio history.
- Ray Robinson's Museum - List of military surplus and broadcast receivers. Pictures and descriptions.
- The Southern Appalachian Radio Museum - The Southern Appalachian Radio Museum is located in Asheville, NC
- Sparks, Waves and Wizards - "Communications at Sea" exhibit at the San Francisco Maritime Museum. Includes a virtual tour. Click on 'Victory Ship Radio Room.'
- Steve Hill's Radio Museum - VK4CZT has some rather unusual radios on display.
- Swan Virtual Radio Museum - Gary Smith, VE4YH, presents the history of Swan, including pictures of each piece of equipment, description, specifications, schematics, parts lists, and a hints and kinks section.
- Tektronix Museum - Oscilloscope specifications and pictures of various models, plus some links.
- Test Equipment Museum - from Germany.
- USS Pampanito (SS-383) - Submarine Museum with old Model TBL radio receiver exhibit.
- Virginia City Radio Museum - Wireless, and radio apparatus from 1915 through the 1950s.
- Virtual Collins Radio Museum - Collins gear from 1946 to 1979 on virtual exhibit.
- Virtual Museums - Niel's list of "Virtual Museums" on the Internet.
- The Virtual Radio Museum - UK Site with pictures and info on a variety of old radios and test equipment.
- W5AM's Amateur Radio Museum - Small, monochrome pictures of vacuum tube radios. Includes weight, size and a brief descriptions of a number of rigs.
- W1FJI's Wireless Museum - Early radio, and boatanchors information. From Tallahassee , Florida.
- W3GR Club Station - Showing a Navy TBL receiver (used in submarines) among other items.
- W1TP Radio Museums - Telegraph Museum and several others.
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