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RAF Signals Museum

Closed

SG16 6DN Henlow, Great Britain (UK)

Address RAF Henlow, Building 104
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Amateur Radio / Military & Industry Radio
  • Typewriter, calculating and coding
  • Automation Control Systems
  • Tubes/Valves / Semiconductors
  • Electric motors/generators/pumps
  • Technical and functional models
  • Media
  • Telephone / Telex
  • Computer / Informatic
  • Measuring Instruments, Lab Equipment
  • Audio amplifier
  • Radar
  • Lamps and Light


Opening times
The Signals Museum close-down date was at 8th June 2024.

Admission
Status from 06/2024
Closed

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

Homepage

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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.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

D: Lorenz; Berlin, Blattschreiber (Fernschreiber) Lo 15 (1955)
D: Siemens & Halske, - Fernschreiber T100 (1960?)
GB: Creed & Company Ltd; Teleprinter 7B (1931-69)
GB: MILITARY U.K. wavemeter W1191A (1938??)
GB: MILITARY U.K. T-1154 N (1940)
GB: Marconi Instruments, Output Power Meter TF340 (1940??)
GB: Marconi Co. R1475 & RG44 & 88 (1940??)
GB: MILITARY U.K. Swordfish Radio Receiver R1116 (1940??)
GB: MILITARY U.K. Receiver Type 87 R1132A (1941)
GB: Marconi Co. Admiralty Patt. W2835A CR100/4 Type B28 (1941-45?)
GB: MILITARY U.K. R.1224 A (1942)
GB: Marconi Co. CR150 (1943-50?)
GB: Philco Radio & M.C.R.1 Midget Communication Receiver (1943/44)
GB: Pye Ltd., Radio P.C.R. 2 (1944)
GB: Salford Electrical Wavemeter W1649 (1944)
GB: Racal Engineering / RA-17 (1954)
GB: Marconi Instruments, Vacuum Tube Voltmeter TF-1041B (1958?)
GB: Marconi Instruments, FM Signal Generator TF1066B (1960)
GB: Tinsley & Co. Ltd., Weston Standard Cell 1268 (1960??)
GB: Racal Engineering / RA-1772 (1978-81)
J: Yaesu-Musen Co. Ltd. FT-401B (1974??)
USA: General Electric Co. Wireless Aircraft Transmitter Mk II (Mark 2) (1917?)
USA: Hallicrafters, The; UHF-Receiver S-27 (1940-43)
USA: MILITARY U.S. SCR-578 BC-778 (1942)
USA: Jefferson Travis UF-1 (1942)
USA: RCA RCA Victor Co. AR-88-LF (1942-45?)
USA: MILITARY U.S. Transmitter BC-640 (1943??)
USA: National Company; R-106 / HRO (1944/45?)
USA: Electronic Designs Provac VTVOM ED100 (1947)

Some example tube pages for sets you can see there:

CRT cathode ray tube, picture ACR1
CRT cathode ray tube, picture ACR13
Pulse magnetron CV1479
CRT cathode ray tube, picture CV1587
Oscilloscope CRT, picture tube CV1596
TR-switch CV193
Transmitting Triode, air CV2163
Pulse magnetron CV2262
Magnetron CV2281
Carcinotron CV2381
Magnetron CV2473
Pulse magnetron CV5167
CRT cathode ray tube, picture VCR131
CRT cathode ray tube, picture VCR138
CRT cathode ray tube, picture VCR139A
CRT cathode ray tube, picture VCR526
CRT cathode ray tube, picture VCR97

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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Das Museum schließt leider
Alexander Schmitz
08.Jun.24
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Hallo,

 

Ich habe in einem anderen Forum erfahren, das dieses Museum geschlossen wird. Es ist auch auf deren Homepage zu lesen.

 

Interessant wäre was die jetzt mit der Technik machen.

 
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