The Old Telegraph Station

Amateur Radio Station K7GSE --- My Telegraph & keys Collection

"What Hath God Wrought"

With these words, flashed over a wire between Washington and Baltimore on May 24, 1844, there came into existence a method by which people could communicate with each other at the speed of light. The sender was Samuel F.B. Morse; the receiver Alfred P. Vail. These men were the inventors of the telegraph.

 

Dedicated To The Preservaton And Restoration And History Of The Telegraph

 

Frank O. Remington------------ Everett, Washington

 

Morse telegraph Club

Evergreen Chapter SX

 

 

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A special thanks to KC7QR for all his great looking photography, scanning, Photoshop® work, and help throughout the ages.