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RAF Signals Museum

SG16 6DN Henlow, Great Britain (UK)

Address RAF Henlow, Building 104
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ
Amateur Radio / Military & Industry Radio


Opening times
first Saturday of month, except January 10am - 4pm

Admission
Status from 12/2014
We don't know the fees.

Contact
Tel.:+44-14 62-85 15 15-79 97  eMail:Denise.Ohara245 mod.uk  

Homepage www.rafsignalsmuseum.org.uk

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Location / Directions
N52.008955° W0.302283°N52°0.53730' W0°18.13698'N52°0'32.2380" W0°18'8.2188"

RAF Henlow is in Bedfordshire and is located about 6 miles north of Hitchin on the A600 Bedford Road and has easy access from the A1 and the M1 roads. Nearest railway stations are Hitchin or Arlesey.

To get a free entry ticket, visitors need to call at the Guardroom opposite the Visitor Car Park, and show a suitable photo identity document, a passport, driving licence or an over 60s bus pass

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

GB: MILITARY U.K. T-1154 N (1940)
GB: Marconi Co. R1475 & RG44 (1940??)
GB: MILITARY U.K. Swordfish Radio Receiver R1116 (1940??)
USA: General Electric Co. Wireless Aircraft Transmitter Mk II (Mark 2) (1917?)
USA: Hallicrafters, The; UHF-Receiver S-27 (1940-43)

Description This Museum attempts to tell the story of RAF Signals. It is hoped visitors and signallers past, present and future can see something of the heritage upon which the Museum specialisation has been built. Whichever category you, the visitor falls into, we hope you will find your visit both interesting and informative.

The Signals Museum is focused on the development of electronic communications by the RAF since World War I. Exhibits include radio and electronic equipment and memorabilia, a typical RAF Y Station from World War II, and the training of Aircraft Apprentices and boy entrants for Signals and Communications trades.


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