Hiltop site and stores radio equipment recovered for disposal

 

 
Richard Allport at work decommissioning a cup of tea and some radio equipment.

 

Pye RLA L150 racks, link receivers and RC7000 Marconi main 120 watt AM transmitter units being decommissioned and scrapped
and shown below back at the Pye Museum.

 

 

 

BE536MU sets and Tait T855-856UHF base stations plus RC792 AM receiver units.  All for scrapping and disposal


7 foot Pye rack and other equipment donated to the Pye Emergency Services Museum

 


Richard Allport signs the inventory

 

 


THE PYE MUSEUM IS CLOSED
DAVE HICKS G8EPR, MUSEUM CURATOR, HAD A SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT WORK IN EARLY 2016.
SADLY HE DIED AT THE END OF APRIL 2017.
THE WEBSITE WILL HOPEFULLY CONTINUE AND REMAIN OPEN BUT THERE IS NO ONE TO ANSWER ANY EMAILS

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The site deals mainly with Pye (and other companies) Radio Telephone and Telecommunication equipment.  It is very unlikely that we will be able to answer any questions about Pye domestic radios, radiograms, record players etc etc