The Wireless Set No. 19 Photo Gallery
Page Twenty-Three

Submit YOUR photos! Please include a short narrative and remember, pictures are MUCH more attractive if they have a PERSON in them. So, put yourself in FRONT of the camera, please. If you don't have access to a scanner, you can mail me the picture, which I will scan and return to you. (Email me for the mailing address.) However, if you do your own scanning, please keep the finished product under 20K in size. Thanks much! -Bob.


Dave, VA3ORP, explains the infamous WWII German 'Enigma' code machine to members of the Victoria/Haliburton ARC, as well as to a couple of members of the Orillia Amateur Radio Club. The machine is one of thousands of exhibits at the Communications and Electronics Museum at Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

BELOW is a closeup of a MkIII WS#19 on display at the museum. This rig will make your mouth water as it's brand new, right out of the crate and has never been 'flashed up'.



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