© Beamstation.co.uk Beamstation.com All material remains Copyright to site owner/s at all times. Information and images may not be used or copied without owner’s concent. - Beamstaion respects copyright of others too - No intent is made to display copywrited material.

Blog

This page is intended to provide

supportive comments and

information  in support of the

Museum and its artifacts.

The site shall be moderated and every effort shall be taken to provide only curteous and supportive dialogue. Please do not abuse it or discuss topics not specifically concerned with the Museum’s purpose. Inappropriate activity shall be removed without notice or consequence. This page is under construction, more information to follow soon. Please email your comments for now and they will be posted on this page:-

admin@beamstation.co.uk

Thursday 30th July

Beamstation goes live!  - Welcome.. A bit limited as yet but plan to iron out the wrinkles before loading data and traffic. The Blog Page will sport a Wordpress environment soon, but for now, if you have any questions or article submissions to make, please email us. We will endeavour to paste your comments here manually until Wordpress is live. The now daunting task of photographing  some 650 Valves and similar with around 2000 images begins. The intention of the museum is to retain consistency between all the images in the way that they are recorded and displayed, so that a uniform representation can be made.

Sunday 26th July

The first pages of the new site beamstation.co.uk  were created. A significant amount of work lies ahead for this ambitious project. The site is intended to promote a small community of interested individuals as positive contributors to provide information, photos, stories or recollections of applications, radio sites, engineering, or support to these devices. The collection is not focused specifically at any one or small number of device types, moreover, it is dedicated to objects that have a part in radio, RADAR, industrial events or progress. Help!!  beamstation needs you! - If you have any information to support any of the devices or can write a small article with or without photos detailing historic accounts or radio or RADAR or the useage of interesting thermionic devices, do contact beamstation. BBC, Broadcast Radio/ TV, RADAR, Scientific, Industrial backgrounds, all are welcome. - Don’t be offended if I have left you out! We reserve the right to moderate the submission but will check the content with you before putting into our Histories section. Note that beamstation cannot display any copyright data or images unless underwritten and agreed permissions gained by the owner. Please consider this before sending. beamstation

Blog

This page is intended to provide

supportive comments and

information  in support of the

Museum and its artifacts.

The site shall be moderated and every effort shall be taken to provide only curteous and supportive dialogue. Please do not abuse it or discuss topics not specifically concerned with the Museum’s purpose. Inappropriate activity shall be removed without notice or consequence. This page is under construction, more information to follow soon. Please email your comments for now and they will be posted on this page:-

admin@beamstation.co.uk

Thursday 30th July

Beamstation goes live!  - Welcome.. A bit limited as yet but plan to iron out the wrinkles before loading data and traffic. The Blog Page will sport a Wordpress environment soon, but for now, if you have any questions or article submissions to make, please email us. We will endeavour to paste your comments here manually until Wordpress is live. The now daunting task of photographing  some 650 Valves and similar with around 2000 images begins. The intention of the museum is to retain consistency between all the images in the way that they are recorded and displayed, so that a uniform representation can be made.

Sunday 26th July

The first pages of the new site beamstation.co.uk  were created. A significant amount of work lies ahead for this ambitious project. The site is intended to promote a small community of interested individuals as positive contributors to provide information, photos, stories or recollections of applications, radio sites, engineering, or support to these devices. The collection is not focused specifically at any one or small number of device types, moreover, it is dedicated to objects that have a part in radio, RADAR, industrial events or progress. Help!!  beamstation needs you! - If you have any information to support any of the devices or can write a small article with or without photos detailing historic accounts or radio or RADAR or the useage of interesting thermionic devices, do contact beamstation. BBC, Broadcast Radio/ TV, RADAR, Scientific, Industrial backgrounds, all are welcome. - Don’t be offended if I have left you out! We reserve the right to moderate the submission but will check the content with you before putting into our Histories section. Note that beamstation cannot display any copyright data or images unless underwritten and agreed permissions gained by the owner. Please consider this before sending. beamstation
© beamstation.co.uk beamstation.com All material remains Copyright to site owner/s at all times. Information and images may not be used or copied without owner’s consent. - beamstation (beamstation) respects copyright of others - No intent is made to deliberately display copywrited material from other sources.