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thanks for the memories also did pmg and radar at ashley down in late 60,s sometimes seems only yesterday until i get the pain in my knee and realise my age hi !
Paul R Cope/G4BNU <paulg4bnu@msn.com>>
- Gateshead, UK - Tuesday, May 03, 2005 at 06:45:10 (EST)


HI OM GRAHAM MNI TKS FOR UR INTERESTING NOSTALGIC AND V NICE SITE. I SERVED AS R/O 1975 TILL 1993 VRS GREEK CARGO SHIPS. MY BEST RGDS TO U AND TO UR VISITORS. GOOD LUCK 73 SU
STELIOS PAPASPYROS <SV1ABW@OTENET.GR>>
- ATHENS, GREECE UK - Sunday, April 24, 2005 at 15:56:38 (EST)


Found your web site while surfing the web... Great site.... I spent 1 year on the USNS Spica.... Wish I could go back to sea... Best Regards Rocky...
Giulio Ruocco " ROCKY" <w2xv@aol.com>>
- Yonkers, New York USA - Monday, April 18, 2005 at 17:27:41 (EST)


Very interesting web site and nice LR127! TX! KR Bernard
Bernard PoOggiale <bestofland@wanadoo.fr>>
- Marseille, France - Saturday, April 02, 2005 at 07:31:10 (EST)


Hi Om, great pics of marine shacks tu, wot i missed, cud not do maths hi. Looking for an AEI morse key. Vy 73 Gl, Brian
Brian G4CJY <bp@g4cjy.freeserve.co.uk>>
- High Wycombe, BucksHi UK - Saturday, March 19, 2005 at 04:41:41 (EST)


Dear O.M. Searching with Google for info about the Transmitter DEBEG ST-1400C I found your site . Very nice pictures of ships and Radio rooms. Later I shall come back to visit the HAM part of your website. I am a member of a foundation that owns the famous historical Dutch salvage ship "HOLLAND". With our foundation we try to keep the ship in good condition for the future. Onboard as one of about 35 volunteers my job is to maintain the old radio room. On my website are some picture albums with also the ST-1400. ( Radio hut ) Many links to other maritime sites and also a audio fragment of a Dutch coaster in distress. The site is at the moment in Dutch only, but for the picture albums that should not be a problem, I think. I shall make a link to your site , if o.k. Greetings, Hans
Hans Biersteker <j.p.biersteker@home.nl>>
- Franeker, Friesland Netherlands - Tuesday, March 08, 2005 at 14:20:02 (EST)


Great site - was with Marconi for a short time myself - so your site was gret to see. Thanks for allowing me to see it all. James
James FLINT <g0sdb@tiscali.co.uk>>
- South Godstone, Surrey UK - Saturday, February 19, 2005 at 04:45:59 (EST)


Hi - Went to college in Cardiff in 1957/58. Failed the practical. Called up for conscription. After which went to Newport college and then to sea. First ship Oriana. Maiden voyage to Japan. In 1964 joined ASN, trading as Transpsort Ferry Service. Home trade cargo roro ferries. Retired due to eyesight in 1992. Happy days. Often wonder what happened to all those I met over the years. Strange I can remember best those on my first ship, Oriana. Tom Bridges, Dave Dowding, Alec Burgess and the Chief - Mr Le Gear.
Richard Lord <richard@rel.net>>>
- near Cardiff, UK - Tuesday, February 15, 2005 at 23:01:11 (EST)


G0WON. great site, ex marconi myself, 1965 to 1969 then freelance.
marcus kelly <marcus.kelly3@btinternet.com>>
- brandon, suffolk UK - Monday, February 07, 2005 at 07:08:28 (EST)


Hi Graham. Stubled over your pages when looking after something from my previous life. Did 5 years o/b Chevron as R/O, my last assignment was Chevron South America/Chevron Antwerp in spring ´91. Nice to see the ships and stations again. All the best - Soeren.
Soeren Agard <soeren.agard@tele2adsl.dk>>
- Copenhagen, Denmark - Wednesday, January 26, 2005 at 07:09:55 (EST)


Greetings from Wigan. Nice easy web site.
G1EFU <alan@g1efu.co.uk>>
- Wigan/Leigh, Lancashire UK - Monday, January 24, 2005 at 05:39:06 (EST)


Thank for your interesting site! Good luck!
Meridia <djon1dfs@mail.net>>
- Tuesday, January 18, 2005 at 09:06:51 (EST)


Hi, I just stumbled on your web-site after surfing desperately to find evidence of my past life as Radio Officer, familiar ships, radio rooms, placed I've been, etc. I was born in 1952, went to sea in 1969 for about 5 years. Strangely enough, or maybe typically, I now work in I.T., but stranger to I own two old land rovers, one is my day car, the other is D reg (yes first time round) and awaiting attention when the other allows it. I worked for IMRC and worked on Orepton (Houlders - ore), Marinula (Shell - Oil), Warwick Fort (Oil I think - Denhom - I think), Harpagus, Vancouver Trader, and a few others. As Radio Officers we had everything and nothing in common I find, having seldom met another R/O in my time. We share very personal histories, the likes of which it is difficult to capture or represent with others. Oh, and my amateur callsign was, and possible IS G4LLB, but dont hold your breath - I've never used it - they waived the morse on the showing of my ticket in the 80s. Thanks for putting your experiences on the web, it is well appreciated. I'll continue my surfing.
Lynton Jones <lynton_jones@hotmail.com>
Reading, UK - Monday, January 10, 2005 at 12:05:01 (EST)


Has read the information on yours site and has found a lot of necessary. Thank for a site.
Greg Tompson <letuns@mail333.com>
- Monday, January 10, 2005 at 05:33:58 (EST)


Very interesting site you have. I did 20 yrs on US flag Ships, primarily Waterman LASH ships on the southeast Asia run. Retired April 1999
Harry Brooks <harryn1pg@earthlink.net>
Harrisonburg, Va USA - Monday, January 03, 2005 at 21:11:59 (EST)


Great to see the old equipment again. We have collected quite a bit of it and have an exhibit on the "Bar Lightship" Planet. also more ashore in storage - we hope to set up a Merchant Navy Museum and leave something behind for our "grand children" about that great service which built the UK and stood bye it for such a long time. They seem to have forgotten we are still sarounded by water!. Best regards, Stan
Stan McNally <Stan@stanguard.com>
Pensby, Merseyside UK - Wednesday, November 24, 2004 at 10:37:02 (EST)


Hi Graham, actually found this site via MROC for sale pages!. I'd forgotten about the recovery pictures, 73 de Stuart
Stuart - M0BTO <stuart@m0bto.freeserve.co.uk>
UK - Monday, June 23, 2003 at 18:50:10 (EDT)


I'd recognise those curtains anywhere !! What an interesting site - chanced across it when searching for Elbe Ore/King Richard - you may have seen my name in the logs for her and MacIver ! I'm an ex R/O B&C from 1970 to 1978, before joining IMRC in Peall Road and later Mitcham. Recognised a couple of names - Paul Galbraith for one. Keep it up !
Andy Skarstein <andy.skarstein@uk.neceur.com>
Haywards Heath, West Sussex UK - Thursday, June 19, 2003 at 14:05:40 (EDT)


Excellent web site ,very interesting and informative thanks and keep up the good work Cheers Roger Maritime & Aeronautical radio operator (GMDSS) SWL station BRS45863
Roger E haddock <r.haddock@virgin.net>
Uxbridge , Middx UK - Friday, May 30, 2003 at 09:13:13 (EDT)


Capt Jensen here , I took the Weyerhauser for 10 years from new building till my retirement, cheers! Capt John
John G Jensen <heimdal@igrin.co.nz>
Whangarei, NZ - Monday, May 19, 2003 at 04:47:20 (EDT)


As an ex r/o Belgian Merchant Marine, Congrats...wat a pitty I didnt done the sama as you.
André COGGHE <co.gi@skynet.be>
Belgium - Thursday, May 01, 2003 at 11:14:06 (EDT)


Im ex RO who are u?
colin clarke <colin@barbain.demon.co.uk>
UK - Thursday, April 17, 2003 at 06:06:16 (EDT)


This is good website you have here, glad to put my step on it, Best greetings to you and all your visitors. I just say --> WELCOME <-- to visit my webpage as well. Vous êtes bienvenu pour visiter mon webpage Usted es bienvenido visitar mi webpage Dé la bienvenida para visitar mi webpage
Odinn Thor
Akranes, ICELAND - Wednesday, April 02, 2003 at 19:55:49 (EST)


Seeing your web page brought back many wonderful memories of my former live as an R/O. I did time with MArconi/Bank line/Ben Line/ Harrisons, UASC, Italian ships, Dutch ships, Salen Shipping and others. Great days before the world became so damned 'efficient'. PS I run an R&D lab now, making it even more 'efficient'. Keith. Thanks a lot.
Keith Rowley <keithr@marinedata.co.za>
Midrand, Gauteng South Africa - Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 08:52:36 (EST)


nice page
jan
UK - Monday, March 24, 2003 at 08:26:28 (EST)


Hi Graham, We have never met but I was a deck cadet with Clan Line same time as you were. Still remember all those wonderful times. My fisrt vessel was Clan McIndoe joined her in Birkenhead in Dec.1977 and my last was the King Richard in 1981 as 4th officer. Now I am Harbour Master in the Port of Mesaieed in Qatar. Keep up the good work.
Feisal Saad <feisalsaad@qatar.net.qa>
Doha, Qatar - Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 08:59:40 (EST)


Great site! I was a RO thence SRO/E mainly with Shell over 23 years. Also sailed with CP, Brocklebank, Chandris etc. Brings back loads of memories thanks. Mike
Mike Gilmour <mike@tfjazz.freeserve.co.uk>
Inverness, UK - Friday, March 07, 2003 at 05:24:18 (EST)


Hi, Graham: nice site - plenty memories. I'm ex-MIMCO 1969-1979 then Stonehaven Radio/GND for 19 years. Will visit again Diddley-da-di-dah.
Bill Smith <Billsmith@btinternet.com>
Aberdeen, UK - Thursday, February 20, 2003 at 00:50:47 (EST)


g4gxd
Donald B Travis <donaldtravis@btinternet.com>
Whixall, Whitchurch, Shropshire UK - Sunday, February 16, 2003 at 12:59:30 (EST)


wonderful site keep up mugu na mumu
super <mugu@yahoo.com>
lome, togo UK - Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 00:48:44 (EST)


WE NEED SECOND VESSEL BETWEEN 7000 TONS 9500 TONS OLD IS BETWEEN 15 - 20 YEARS. PLS SEND YOUR MAIL
ugur sahýnturk <poyrazagency@mynet.com>
trabzon, TR - Sunday, January 26, 2003 at 07:08:55 (EST)


G4EUM - also ex Radio Officer for Marconi 1977 - 1981, then shore based in Plymouth. Now work for BBC Outsdie Broadcasts as Engineering Manager - planning OBs - Regards Steve Dunn
Stephen Dunn <stephen@dunn.demon.co.uk>
London, UK - Monday, January 06, 2003 at 07:21:08 (EST)


Hi Graham, An interesting website and well done on all the photos of the ships and shacks. Will have to try and do the same thing - pity the container ships look much the same as your later oil tankers! Cheers and all the best for 2003 ... Mike
Mike G4FVG <g4fvg@talk21.com>
Alton, Hampshire UK - Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 15:50:35 (EST)


Excellent site - brought back many memories from my days as an R/O with Reardon Smith and then Furness Withy
Garry Watts <garwatts@globalnet.co.uk>
Swindon, Wiltshire UK - Sunday, December 29, 2002 at 10:57:03 (EST)


Very interesting site and well done on the updates. From your old Brunel Tech College buddy, John Davies / 9 V 1 V V
John Davies <couperin@singnet.com.sg>
Singapore, Singapore Singapore - Wednesday, December 18, 2002 at 19:55:52 (EST)


very interesting but didnt see any ships that had been on ,still looking .sad theres no more british shipping. thks
tony bennett <tony-bennett@btconnect.com>
wigan, lancs UK - Wednesday, November 27, 2002 at 19:18:40 (EST)


Oh, by the way, I also went to sea. Sailed 30 years as engineer. Last ship was Panamax Bulker "Liberty Wave" as Chief Engineer. Operated /mm for many years Ed
Ed Smith <w1fu@ev1.net>
Houston, Texas USA - Sunday, November 10, 2002 at 23:53:33 (EST)


nice webpage. I have a '90 range rover with 190,000 miles and runs great. is the 3.5 tdi engine in the landrover?
Ed Smith <w1fu@ev1.net>
Houston, Texas usa - Sunday, November 10, 2002 at 23:47:40 (EST)


Interesting site. I was R/O with CI - Clans, Kings and Bowaters from 66 to 71.
George McGarrigle <mcgarriglegeorge@hotmail.com>
UK - Saturday, November 02, 2002 at 20:11:37 (EST)


W/T STATIONS VERY WELL PRESENTED
john clarke <jclarke@syd.eastlink.ca>
sydney, , N.S. CANADA - Friday, October 04, 2002 at 22:48:01 (EDT)


Great to see pictures of the King Richard, my father sailed as R/O there (Paul Galbraith) in the 70's, my brother as third mate (Sandy) and finally myself as Engine cadet about 1980 So we have quite the family tradition on board her.
Donald Galbraith <dgalbraith@bml.bm>
Hamilton, Bermuda UK - Wednesday, September 25, 2002 at 12:20:28 (EDT)


It's me again my friend. I just looked at the updates. Lookin' good. My regards to you and your lady. Love ya,
De Witt Morgan <dewitt@cox.net>
Mission Viejo, CA United States - Sunday, September 22, 2002 at 15:22:26 (EDT)


Hello Graham. I´ve just been visiting your very nice home page, very interesting. Best 73, BCNU. Bengt SM6JSS, RNARS 1461. ex, RN, MN, CRS SDJ and SAG.
Bengt Plessen <plessen@spray.se>
Kungsbacka, Sweden - Sunday, September 15, 2002 at 09:24:17 (EDT)


RNARS # 4417
George Dance <george.dance@tesco.net>
Pencoed, Bridgend UK - Sunday, September 15, 2002 at 07:09:02 (EDT)


Congratuleision for this website. very interesting. Can you help me with information about the Marconi TX COMMANDAT, where to get some technical data, I have the exciter, but lack of any data. Best Regards. Pedro EA2IG
Pedro del Valle <ea2ig@tiscali.es>
Sopelana, Vizcaya SPAIN - Thursday, August 22, 2002 at 19:42:37 (EDT)


Hi OM, Enjoyed reading the Web pages of your MN ships and shacks. Here ex MN R/O & E/O. 1970/77. Did my E/O in Bristol 73. Met my Xyl there. Work in TV broadcasting from 77. 73's de Ned/EI5DS
Ned Collins <ei5ds@gofre.indigo.ie>
Ireland - Monday, July 08, 2002 at 14:20:09 (EDT)


My call sign G3UFO -- I'm sure I sailed with you. Ex King Alfred? 73s de David
DAVID OAKDEN <david.oakden@btinternet.com>
West Kirby, Wirral UK - Monday, May 27, 2002 at 15:57:42 (EDT)


Who is Graham? I sailed with Clan Line and also on MV Causeway to name but a few. Did I sail with you?
Brian bannister <banni@lockerbie83.freeserve.co.uk>
Lockerbie, UK - Monday, April 29, 2002 at 13:55:48 (EDT)


Hi, Interesting read! I too qualified from Brunel Tech in Bristol (obtained MRGC and Radar Cert in 1979), but despite numerous approaches to shipping and radio companies, never made it to sea! Instead joined Portishead as an R/O in 1980 and stayed there until 1995 when I transferred to the Satellite Service section (Inmarsat. Left BT in 2001 when the dept was sold to Stratos in an unbelievable deal... Am now editor of Vol 6 of the ALRS. Currently writing a book about the history of GKA - any reminisces, anecdotes etc would be gratefully received! 73 Larry
Larry Bennett <lawrence.bennett@btinternet.com>
Burnham on Sea, Somerset UK - Tuesday, March 26, 2002 at 13:14:40 (EST)


NO COMMENTS
LES HODGES <les @g0ejv.fsnet.co.uk>
LINCOLN, LINCS ENGLAND - Thursday, March 21, 2002 at 08:59:38 (EST)


Hi Graham, super web pages, brought back some memories (Your Landrivers!) Maybe we will meet on the air again... Roger DL4MGJ
Roger wenham <roger.wenham@gmx.net>
Munich, Bavaria Germany - Sunday, January 27, 2002 at 13:49:54 (EST)


Hi Graham email has been sent, site is most informative would like to know more about bike coms though.
Chris Soames <chris@g0tzz.freeserve.co.uk>
Norwich, Norfolk UK - Friday, January 25, 2002 at 04:55:47 (EST)


Been a long time since we talked on 10 meters....Happy New Year...See Ya Larry
Larry Schrader <nq8a@qtm.net>
St. Joseph, Michigan USA - Friday, December 28, 2001 at 05:40:23 (EST)


Graham, I think I have told you before that I am retired US Coast Guard radioman and I remember working Clan MacIver and MacGregor from one of our radio stations, probably copying AMVER or OBS messages. Thanks for the nice photos and have a merry Christmas. 73, Sam
Sam Binkley <KL7V@KEYTECH.COM>
Oklahoma City , Oklahoma USA - Sunday, December 23, 2001 at 20:03:14 (EST)


Thanks for the nostalgic site and excellent links. I was with GTZM from 1967 until 1984, the last 7 years with T & J Harrison of Liverpool. Happy days (mostly anyway!) Now in the semiconductor industry and still spend most of my time travelling around the globe. 73's Graham - Cliff (G4RBC)
Cliff Hawkridge <Criffh@hotmail.com>
Littlehampron, West Sussex UK - Saturday, November 17, 2001 at 13:50:41 (EST)


"Rigs that glow in the dark" Great stuff Graham! lets have some more shacks! 73 Dave ...-.-
Dave / G4GVZ
UK - Wednesday, October 17, 2001 at 17:09:17 (EDT)


Hi, I'm becoming a regular traveller to the UK, having developed a relationship with a Brit woman. We're thinking about a trip from her area (Yorkshire) down to Devon, and you'd be the kind of person we'd like to drop by and say hello on. I'm an MSF-certified instructor, and ride a 1999 GL1500SE. I look forward to meeting you.
Geoffrey Way, KA1IOR
Falmouth, MA USA - Wednesday, August 22, 2001 at 06:39:10 (EDT)


wonderful site,good effort and God bless you and yours'.
Gary Wayne Lasko <signman@peoplepc.com>
Elyria, Ohio U.S.A. - Thursday, August 09, 2001 at 00:40:21 (EDT)


Served as R/O 1950/1962.(an older hand) Very interesting site Shame about the passing of R/Os. Modern ships not very exciting, anyway. Preferred 'em when they had funnel midships!
peter coe <petercoe@hotmail.com>
UK - Sunday, July 01, 2001 at 12:26:29 (EDT)


Nice to see someone else putting his sea time on the web. I am about to do the same at my site. Hope I can make a good job as you have done. Ex seagoing R/O ex GNE & GKA R/O, supervisor, ex UK radio surveyor and UK radio surveyor manager
Bryan Richards <bryanrichards@btinternet.com>
cowbridge, valeofGlamorgan Wales UK - Tuesday, June 19, 2001 at 15:54:31 (EDT)


Saw mention of your site in the ROA's 'QSO', June 2001. Interesting site - good to see photos of shacks. Best wishes.
steve whalley <steve.whalley@intervoice-brite.co.uk>
Manchester, UK - Tuesday, June 19, 2001 at 08:49:38 (EDT)


very interesting
Carl DePoy <k8bbt@arrl.net>
Youngstown , Ohio USA - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 10:45:26 (EST)


fine pics. i'm also rnars #994 and ret. cpo, usn. fb es tnx. 73, paul
PAUL C. SORCHY <n4oog@gate.net>
port richey, fl usa - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 23:16:44 (EST)


Yet another Marconi man. Destroyer man myself. Good Luck
Doug <ve7maa@home.com>
Nanaimo, B.C. Canada - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 11:26:22 (EST)


Nice meeting you on your web site I like to know who was on what ships . I was with GTZM 1947 to 1953 then GKL @ GKR. Canada 1957 73's John VE3WF RNARS 1248
John Hastie <majoh@tbaytel.net>
Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 10:36:19 (EST)


My wife came in as I was looking at one of the photographs of you on the motorbike she said to me, "Thinking of treating yourself?" The coment was that looks just like you on that bike. You have a near double Hi Hi also a member of RAYNET cheers 3697
W. Winterburn <w.winterburn@connect25.co.uk>
Doncaster, UK - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 07:35:21 (EST)


A very informative and interesting page to read enjoyed many of the other pages also. Thanks Wally G4AOO RNARS 3697 RSARS 1338 Cheers...
W. A. Winterburn RNARS 3697 <w.winterburn@connect25.co.uk>
Doncaster, South Yorkshire UK - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 06:57:37 (EST)


NICE WEB PAGE. I WAS AT GKL DURING YOUR YEARS AT SEA..PROBABLY WORKED YOU... LOOK FORWARD TO OTHER PICTURES ..RON M0CLV 73'S
RON BEAL <r.beal1@ntlworld.com>
MANSFIELD, NOTTS UK - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 04:58:47 (EST)


rnars 4457
Leonardo Partipilo iz7ano <iz7ano@qsl.net>
Trani , Puglia italy - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 01:37:53 (EST)


Nice pages and pictures , my call is ve7bqm / ve7scc my club rnars # 1407 73 Ed.
Ed Calderwood <VE7BQM@telus.net>
Coquitlam B.C. Canada, Canada - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 23:06:48 (EST)


Nice pictures of ur shacks. Like ur flowered Curtains. Here ex Chief Radio Officer Marconi Company City Boats (Last one City of Hereford GCVV Married to a USA gal. Regards Bill Cridland WA1HMW # 0926 RNARS # 116 HMS Plymouth
Bill Cridland <wa1hmw@juno.com>
Bolton, Massachusetts USA - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 20:34:59 (EST)


Very interesting site, enjoyed the visit,I'll be in again sometime. David. GI3OBO. EI2HP. RNARS #150
David <ei2hp@btinternet.com>
nr. Belfast., UK - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 18:43:13 (EST)


Enjoyed the pics. etc. My time at sea 1958 to 1964. IMRC incl HoulderBros. Ore carriers, Anchor Line "Eucadia/GJZL", Carinthia/GVDQ, Edinburgh Castle/GOHN, Stirling Castle/GYPX and finally free lance Saguenay Shipping "Sunwalker/5LQO" Happy days........indeed but could see the writing on the wall, even then! So, put in 30 years with Nortel Networks. Hope to catch u on the RNARS nets. 73s Ian.
Ian C. Coombe <ve2doh@sympatico.ca>
Montreal, Quebec CANADA - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 19:34:39 (EST)


Great website you have here ! I will have to check it out a little bit more later this evening. Thanks for the message on the MARC List ! I hope to be able to get you on HF soon. Bye 4 now...... Ted Moody KB6CUS Lakewood, CA. USA. 90713-1055
Ted Moody <kb6cus@gw.w6trw.ampr.org>
Lakewood, CA. USA - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 18:26:12 (EST)


Hello Graham, Well now, I am gradually getting to know the man I know as G4FUJ. I expecially enjoyed the ships part of your page. I guess I am still a sailor at heart. Regards, De Witt, KM6UK
De Witt Morgan <dewitt@home.com>
Mission Viejo, CA United States - Friday, March 23, 2001 at 12:55:04 (EST)


Hi, Brilliant new section, as well as the MacIver and Bonnieway I was on the MacGregor (with you?) and the Clan Ranald, but not sure which one it became when the names changed, I think there is a web site with the histories, i'll look. Cheers..oh and Karen loved the three you sent, do you have any more? Andy
Andy
UK - Saturday, March 17, 2001 at 19:04:01 (EST)


hello yes i was one of them who failed to fill the newsletter. G0zat is now my callsign I still use the bike a lot (r1100rt) bike to bike radio (autocom) good to see your still around. Bill
bill skipper <bill.skipper@btinternet.com>
south shields, tyne and wear UK - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 19:29:01 (EST)


Hippo...is it you? last entry my e mail was incorrect, hopefully its right this time
Andy Henson <andySHenson@aol.com>
Wantage, Oxon UK - Saturday, March 03, 2001 at 16:38:06 (EST)


Nice to talk to you today, Graham. Nice web page! Hope we QSO again. Jack
Jack Coffin <kk4w@mindspring.com>
Miami, FL US - Sunday, February 11, 2001 at 18:14:42 (EST)


Merry Christmas from GW4MOZ/Osprey 1
John Upstone <john.upstone@bt.com>
Cardiff, WALES - Monday, December 18, 2000 at 02:53:33 (EST)


Hi, I am seeking assistance in fitting a FM/AM receiver to my BMW K100RS. I have a successful CB set up but have had difficulty in finding a suitable AM/FM set up. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Regards John Simpson
John Simpson <fartold@ozemail.com.au>
Brisbane, Queensland Australia - Sunday, October 22, 2000 at 21:14:52 (EDT)


Hi Graham! Interesting site and nice to see what you've been up to recently. I won't ever forget that you were the guy that taught me Morse! Thanks a million!
Tim Kirby <tim@ukgateway.net>
Windsor, UK - Saturday, September 30, 2000 at 19:01:22 (EDT)


Great site........... Whats THAT Scooter ????????? See you soon. Regards Amber Control...
Colin King <colin.gw1vrw@virgin.net>
Barry, V.O.G. UK - Thursday, September 28, 2000 at 15:52:01 (EDT)


Neat ...73...cu on 4
Ken 'LVP
UK - Tuesday, July 25, 2000 at 18:00:51 (EDT)


Nice one Graham - inspired me once again to set up my own pages!!. Cheers Ron G3SZS
Ron Bee <ronbee@btinternet.com>
Gloucester, UK - Tuesday, June 20, 2000 at 15:04:24 (EDT)


Brilliant Website Chris harrison 2E1 DFU - age 17
Chris Harrison <C_A_Harrison@yahoo.co.uk>
Sheffield, South Yorkshire UK - Friday, February 11, 2000 at 08:59:21 (EST)


Nice HP! Interesting links. 73!Gedas,LY3BA
Gedas <ly3ba@takas.lt>
Birzai, LITHUANIA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 09:49:10 (EST)


Graham, Enjoy your site. Sorry we didn't hook up when I was in the UK a few months ago. Howard
Howard Hecht <st_rider@compuserve.com>
Milford, CT USA - Wednesday, November 17, 1999 at 23:31:01 (EST)


sec/ Treas Renfrewshire RAYNET Group. DDP Ray~link BMW R65 - no mobile radio as yet. Are you coming to this year's RAYNET AGM in Glasgow?
Mike McCreery <gm0etc@quista.net>
Glasgow, Scotland UK - Friday, October 01, 1999 at 08:25:38 (EDT)


My callsign M1ECR
Nigel Bailey <nigel@stoke-one.freeserve.co.uk>
Stoke On Trent, Cheshire UK - Tuesday, August 31, 1999 at 14:05:41 (EDT)


I wish you could persuade G3WGN to help out on rallies[of all kinds]. He's my son and used to compete!!
June Aslin <foresttwo@email.msn.com>
Daventry, Northants UK - Saturday, August 14, 1999 at 06:02:49 (EDT)


Hi Graham, hope you eventually got to your second stage !!... we went to look at the driver of a comprehensivly rolled charade , he was OK, 73 de Stuart
Stuart <stuart@m0bto.freeserve.co.uk>
UK - Saturday, July 17, 1999 at 16:50:12 (EDT)


I just sent a note to my wife about serendipity. One of our ancestors was from Cheltenham and we were just there the end of March. We were looking for an address but were uncuccessful as none of the houses even remotely resembles the house as described by one of our relatives who had visited some years ago. My daughter just returned from a year of foreign study at the University of Reading. We were visiting her. I had driven up from Bristol where I had picked up a temporary license. I now believe my HT was on the fritz as I could not raise anyone. Also, my daughter's boy friend from Reading is named Graham. I ride a Goldwing currently equiped with a Kenwood TH-D7A and a Garmen III Plus. I think I've been sending out ASPRS packets but since I haven't gotten my home station set up for packet I'm waiting for someone to tell me I'm sending out something beside my home QTH coordinates. I also haven't found the sites on the internet yet that offer live displays of tracks. I will be bookmarking your site and am interested in talking further. Cycle safe, as I found out, it dosen't pay to meet a lorry on the lanes along the coast of Wales.
Norman Huber <nihuber@ice.net>
Bloomington, ILLINOIS USA - Wednesday, July 14, 1999 at 09:46:15 (EDT)


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